Definitions

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  • v. Present participle of silkscreen.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Thanks to his grandfather, Abrams is interested in silkscreening, printmaking, book binding.

    Boing Boing

  • Between noon and 8 p.m., the party features free ribs from the Rib Pit and free sides from Sticky Fingers, $2 PBRs, bluegrass performed by Chester River Runoff, corn hole and oversized Connect 4 games, and artist Kristina Bilonick silkscreening shirts, bags and whatever else you want while you wait.

    Nightlife Agenda

  • Contemplating the dog's jauntily-angled kerchief with its cheap silkscreening of Hillary's face, I began to tear up.

    Bittergate: the Untold Story Behind the Story that Rocked the Obama Campaign

  • Get in on the fun by silkscreening your own t-shirt or bag, and don't forget to bring along your best throwback duds; there will be an award for "best mid-century dressed."

    Getting Up Guide: Flowery cocktails and retro fun

  • I was a commercial sign painter for quite a few years before teaching and my classes have taken on sign painting and silkscreening jobs in the past to make money for our program.

    Art Carts and Art Education Survey

  • I PRAY she doesn't go to that silkscreening party.

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  • They bought this engraving and silkscreening business seven years ago, and finished building their new home next door late last year.

    CNN Transcript May 17, 2006

  • SC's pet theory is that someone misspelled "Sonny" when silkscreening it onto a batch of parts, and the "sonus" justification was invented post hoc, to save money on having to make more.

    languagehat.com: JAPANESE COMPANY NAMES.

  • Or he was at the silkscreening business till dawn or later.

    With No One as Witness

  • A piece of equipment had needed repair at the silkscreening shop and he'd seen to it, he said.

    With No One as Witness

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    The quote listed is from D. Adams' Life the Universe and Everything.

    I suspect your right that I… "may never see it again." ;-)

    May 31, 2009