verb (used with object), sten·ciled, sten·cil·ing or (especially British) sten·cilled, sten·cil·ling.
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Origin of stencil
OTHER WORDS FROM stencilsten·cil·er; especially British, sten·cil·ler, noun
Example sentences from the Web for stencil
The team placed a stencil with the shape of a circuit onto the back of the paper.Ordinary paper turns into flexible human-powered keypad|Kathryn Hulick|November 6, 2020|Science News For Students
Stenciling can be very attractively used for curtains and portières for country houses.Furnishing the Home of Good Taste|Lucy Abbot Throop
Problem—Circular cutting, grooving, stenciling, and coloring.Construction Work for Rural and Elementary Schools|Virginia McGaw
It is a white wood and shows printing and stenciling clearly.American Forest Trees|Henry H. Gibson
Muelle uses quantities of solid embroidery and appliqu work, where other costumers are content with stenciling and gilding.Confessions of an Opera Singer|Kathleen Howard
I promise you solemnly I'll never touch a cake of soap to any stenciling I do.Ethel Morton and the Christmas Ship|Mabell S. C. Smith