from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. Heavy paper coated on one side with sand or other abrasive material and used for smoothing surfaces.
- transitive v. To rub with or as if with sandpaper.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. a strong paper coated with sand or other abrasive material for smoothing and polishing.
- n. a sheet of such paper
- v. To polish or grind (a surface) with or as if with sandpaper.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. Paper covered on one side with sand glued fast, -- used for smoothing and polishing.
- transitive v. To smooth or polish with sandpaper.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Stout paper coated with hot glue and then sprinkled with sharp sand of different degrees of fineness.
- To rub, smooth, or polish with sandpaper.
- Hence, figuratively To make smooth or even; polish, as a literary composition.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. stiff paper coated with powdered emery or sand
- v. rub with sandpaper
I had to use very fine grain sandpaper to get rid of one big scratch, but now the whole screen is hazy.
Something a lot more important is that I finally cut off my goatee, tears were shed and stories told then WHAM! after seven months of growth my manly mug was as smooth as a babies butt with fine grain sandpaper stuck to it.
Cards upon which the single letters of the alphabet are mounted in sandpaper; larger cards containing groups of the same letters.
At this point, if the child already knows how to write, we may present the figures cut in sandpaper and mounted upon cards.
In addition to these alphabets we have a set of the capital letters mounted in sandpaper upon cardboard, and another, in which they are cut from cardboard.
Contemporaneously the child is taught to recognise and touch some of the letters of the alphabet made in sandpaper.
Glued to the sandpaper is a tiny cutout image of a woman's shoe.
Mr. Culler says he hopes the Cubitron II technology will eventually be applied to the kind of sandpaper people use at home.
Finishing materials such as sandpaper, shellac, varnish, paint, and thinner may also be needed.
They can be ground up for fertilizer; their livers are full of oil; and their skin makes the finest kind of sandpaper for cleaning or polishing metal without scratching it.