Did you perhaps mean cite?
Sorry, no definitions found.
“You also might find more fabrics with a shiny, wet appearance, the result of a treatment called cire, which helps with weatherproofing.”
“He un rolled his bedroll, un folded his sleeping bad, gt his little coffee pot, flled with some water and coffee, placed near the fie stones around the cire circe.”
“Photographs by Tesh | Styling by Karina Givargisoff Prada camel double cashgora top with double wool knit and mink fur collar $3,225, cire skirt $590 and patent-leather bow belt $355 Prada. com”
“His insistence on using the techniques of antiquity—he still scales up from small clay models and, when his work is cast, the foundry uses the cire perdue method—result in work that is completely contemporary, yet also somehow fragments that could have come from any point in the history of Western art.”
“Andrew Testa/Panos for The Wall Street Journal He still insists on using the techniques of antiquity—scaling up from small clay models and, when his work is cast, the foundry uses the cire perdue method.”
“The decanter was created using the traditional and now-rare technique of cire perdue, meaning "lost wax," and is shaped with a flat bottom, like the decanters used on board ships in the 1820s.”
“By way of explanation, Mr Frog emailed me a link to a youtube video of France Gall singing her 1965 Eurovision winning, Gainsbourg-penned Poupée de cire, poupée de son.”
“Any suggestions I actually use will get a copy of the book signed by me and doodled on by Tadpole. comments (113) poupée de cire”
“Quatrieme vitesse, je trouve des fringues potables et tout et tout j'me coiffe (l'enfer XD), je cire mes pompes et tout et me voila au magasin a 11h ou je demande a rencontrer Monsieur C.”
“Mémoire sur la peinture à l'encaustique et sur la peinture à la cire.”
These user-created lists contain the word ‘cire’.
Another of my random palavery lists for words or phrases that haven't yet found a place in one or more of my other lists.
Looking for tweets for cire.