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OTHER WORDS FROM grainedgrained·ness [greynd-nis, grey-nid-], /ˈgreɪnd nɪs, ˈgreɪ nɪd-/, nounnon·grained, adjectiveun·grained, adjectivewell-grained, adjective
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The work was not grained until October, 1886, and neither wax nor anything else was used for megilp.
Oak may be grained in distemper—that is, using beer or alcohol for a vehicle with the color, instead of oil.
Beware of false mantels, and grotesque grille-work, and imitation stained glass, and grained woodwork.The House in Good Taste|Elsie de Wolfe
The nave has a ceiling, and there are deal doors, painted and grained to resemble oak.Summer Days in Shakespeare Land|Charles G. Harper
The color if the wood is grained in its natural color is made from raw sienna weakened down to suit by the addition of whiting.Graining and Marbling|Frederick Maire