verb (used with object)
Origin of resin
Related formsres·in·like, adjective
Can be confusedresin rosin
Definition for resin (2 of 2)
Examples from the Web for resin
Dominic Ware has a scorpion encased in resin on a string around his neck.
The artist smashed backboards, set them in resin, and welded them together in an aluminum circle.
Formed probably by resin in the wood, these jewels are next hardest to diamonds and have been much prized.I Married a Ranger|Dama Margaret Smith
But the demand for resin became so great as soon to more than double its price.Reminiscences of Glass-making|Deming Jarves
Amber is a fossil gum or resin, the juice of pine trees, which in course of time has become petrified like coal.Tobacco Leaves|W. A. Brennan
Resin is the substance remaining after the crude turpentine has been distilled.Commercial Geography|Jacques W. Redway
Captain Forrester was kneeling on the resin testing his hocks for sprains with splayed fingers, his features twitching.The Sky Trap|Frank Belknap Long