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- v. Present participle of vandyke.
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Again I searched, and found a most diabolical pair of cock-nosed shears, capable of vandyking the interiors of elephants.
It is beautifully marked, of a golden brown, and the edges, of the wings are bordered with a narrow vandyking of pearly gray.
Her charms were set off by the mourning dress which she wore, and by the robe called the quintise, which was an upper tunic without sleeves, with bordered vandyking and scalloping worked and notched in various patterns, worn so long behind that it swept the floor, but in front held up gracefully with one hand so as not to impede the step.
I forgot to boast that I was up for three mornings at seven _vandyking_.