Definitions

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  • noun a texture like that of wood

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Examples

  • I used a woodgraining technique on the caramel background, and the image was stamped in Staz-on and watercolored with Watercolor Wonder Crayons.

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  • I used a woodgraining technique on the caramel background, and the image was stamped in Staz-on and watercolored with Watercolor Wonder Crayons.

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  • The early Victorians and their woodgraining, the later Victorians with their strong color choices, are all alternatives.

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  • The early Victorians and their woodgraining, the later Victorians with their strong color choices, are all alternatives.

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  • Richardson also did the rich red leather interior on the car, which is complemented by Indian elm woodgraining on the dash and door trim panels.

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