Origin of surfacing
verb (used with object), sur·faced, sur·fac·ing.
verb (used without object), sur·faced, sur·fac·ing.
Origin of surface
Examples from the Web for surfacing
Contemporary Examples of surfacing
And world affairs are no comfort either, with Ebola surfacing as the latest scary thing.Why Voters Are So Totally Checked Out
October 22, 2014
Cast members of seminal TV show Twin Peaks have been surfacing in music videos lately.Wiz Khalifa, Paramore & More Best Music Videos of the Week (VIDEO)
April 14, 2013
Drowned bodies are now surfacing and the number is expected to grow even further as more bodies are found.Typhoon Devastates The Philippines (Photos)
December 19, 2011
The weekend will have brought bickering, surfacing age-old frustrations.Horoscopes: May 29-June 4, 2011
Starsky + Cox
May 28, 2011
Already reports are surfacing that Mrs. Palin has signed with a Washington super-agent for a two-part book deal.What If McCain and Palin Won?
December 18, 2010
Historical Examples of surfacing
At this date also commences the art of surfacing articles of earthenware.Primitive Man
To summarize the features of surfacing varnish, note: First.Practical Carriage and Wagon Painting
Mayton Clarence Hillick
Surfacing, they swam about for the sheer joy of swimming, then dived again.Swamp Cat
James Arthur Kjelgaard
I certainly had vigorously impressed upon me the necessity of surfacing.The Philippines Past and Present (Volume 2 of 2)
Dean Conant Worcester
Those employing knives having straight edges for surfacing purposes and cutting the work to thickness.
- the exterior face of an object or one such face
- (as modifier)surface gloss
- the area or size of such a face
- (as modifier)surface measurements
- the superficial appearance as opposed to the real nature
- (as modifier)a surface resemblance
- the complete boundary of a solid figure
- a continuous two-dimensional configuration
- the uppermost level of the land or sea
- (as modifier)surface transportation
- to work at or near the ground surface
- to wash surface ore deposits
- to wake up
- to get up
Word Origin for surface
"come to the surface," 1898, from surface (n.). Earlier it meant "bring to the surface" (1885), and "to give something a polished surface" (1778). Related: Surfaced; surfacing.
see on the surface; scratch the surface.