noun, plural py·rog·ra·phies for 2.
Related formspy·rog·ra·pher, nounpy·ro·graph·ic [pahy-ruh-graf-ik] /ˌpaɪ rəˈgræf ɪk/, adjective
Examples from the Web for pyrography
A very pretty finish can be worked out in pyrography, if one is familiar with that work.The Boy Mechanic, Book 2|Various
They learned that pyrography with a hot poker was very profitable.The Story of the Outlaw|Emerson Hough
Pyrography, pī-rog′ra-fi, n. the art of producing a design on wood by applying heat and pressure.
Zan, let's build her a bead-loom and after it is sand-papered smooth we will decorate it with pyrography work!The Woodcraft Girls at Camp|Lillian Elizabeth Roy
To use the pyrography apparatus fill both the alcohol lamp and the benzine bottle half full.Three Hundred Things a Bright Boy Can Do|Anonymous