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acrylic a kind of plastic used to make yarns, paint, and many other things.
aqua the color that comes from mixing blue, green, and a small amount of white paint.
auburn the color that comes from mixing brown and red paint.
beige the color that comes from mixing tan and gray paint.
blister a raised bubble in paint or a similar coating. [1/4 definitions]
brown the color that comes from mixing red, yellow, and black paint. [1/3 definitions]
cobalt a brittle silver-white metal that is one of the chemical elements. Cobalt is sometimes added to other metals in alloys to make them harder. It is also used in making some kinds of paint. (symbol: Co)
color something used to give color, such as dye or paint. [1/5 definitions]
crimson the color that comes from mixing red and a small amount of purple paint.
daub to smear or cover with something soft and sticky, such as paint. [1/2 definitions]
enamel paint, polish, or varnish that makes a smooth, shiny surface. [1/4 definitions]
gilt1 covered with a thin layer of gold or gold paint; gilded. [2/3 definitions]
magenta the color that comes from mixing red and purple paint.
mauve the color that comes from mixing blue, purple, and white paint.
oil artists' paint that uses oil as its base. [1/3 definitions]
paint to cover with paint. [2/4 definitions]
paintbrush a brush used to put paint on something.
painter1 a worker who covers the surfaces of buildings with paint. [1/2 definitions]
painting the act or occupation of covering building surfaces with paint. [1/3 definitions]
pigment a powder that is mixed with oil or water to make paint, ink, or another coloring material. [1/2 definitions]
pine1 the soft wood of such a tree. Pine is often used as a building material and in making furniture, paper, and paint thinner. [1/2 definitions]