from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Veining; veins collectively; markings in the form of veins. R. D. Blackmore, Alice Lorraine, xlviii.
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Cheney is the top present string wiggler over a huge vertical Jewish veinage in the whitehouse.
Crotchal: Eeew, major veinage going on there, wait till she is older.
Who knows how the welted vine leaf, when we give it shade and moisture, crisps its curves again, and breathes new bloom upon its veinage?
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