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Origin of swatch
Words nearby swatch
Example sentences from the Web for swatch
Many have said this favors candidates who can raise enough money to reach a much larger swatch of voters across the city.Teachers Union Is the Only Big Spender in San Diego Unified School Board Races|Will Huntsberry|October 26, 2020|Voice of San Diego
To wipe them and swap in a white swatch, add “AdBlock,” which removes ads from all the websites you frequent.Seven Hacks to Revolutionize Your Facebook Experience|Nina Strochlic|September 24, 2013|DAILY BEAST
The swatch itself comes to the Met from the Vatican, where it seems to have landed 1,200 or more years ago.
Then he took a swatch of black velveteen from his pocket and arranged it over the sample-table with the two gems in its folds.Potash & Perlmutter|Montague Glass
When all is ready, the bath is heated up, the swatch entered, and the work of the test entered upon.The Dyeing of Cotton Fabrics|Franklin Beech
For at the last moment she slipped to the wings, dropping the last swatch of lace to slide down one long, white, out-thrust leg.The Glory of Ippling|Helen M. Urban
Another swatch too exists, opposite the East Goodwin buoy, being that in which we struck the dangerous bottom.Heroes of the Goodwin Sands|Thomas Stanley Treanor
It appeared to Archie that to swatch with the barrel man must be a highly diverting occupation.The Adventures of Billy Topsail|Norman Duncan
British Dictionary definitions for swatch
- a small sample of colour supplied to the printer for matching during printing
- a sample of ink spread on paper by a printer to check the accuracy of a required colour