noun, verb (used with object), kal·so·mined, kal·so·min·ing.
verb (used with object), cal·ci·mined, cal·ci·min·ing.
Origin of calcimine
Examples from the Web for kalsomine
Historical Examples of kalsomine
But let me kalsomine you a little mental sketch to consider.Cabbages and Kings
Sometimes, too, they kalsomine the face with an enamel, like that on a medival vase.In the Land of Mosques & Minarets
The town is certainly just recovering from a fresh coat of kalsomine.Gardens of the Caribbees, v. 2/2
Ida May Hill Starr
Miss 'Rill came and helped her clean the place and kalsomine the walls and ceiling.Janice Day
Helen Beecher Long
All but the kalsomine may be obtained in small jars and ready for use.Advanced Toy Making for Schools
David M. Mitchell