waxed

[ US /ˈwækst/ ]
[ UK /wˈækst/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. treated with wax
    waxed floors
    waxed mustache
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How To Use waxed In A Sentence

  • The hipster cops are sneering at the two faux surfers: 'I'm all dialed in to see what happens if the pair of rainbow donks actually hit the briny on their unwaxed legs.' Joseph Wambaugh's latest: Loopy theatrics and lyrical language
  • Waxed and unwaxed floss are the most common.
  • waxed mustache
  • If the skin is thin and unwaxed, you do not need to peel the skin from the cucumber.
  • Materials and finishes - epoxy resin floors, simple plastered walls, steel, precast concrete and waxed oak - are austere, and colours muted: gun-metal grey and white counterpoised to the warmth of wood.
  • He waxed lyrical about collective government. Times, Sunday Times
  • Indeed," she led the way across a narrow linoleumed hall, so beeswaxed that one had to stump along carefully erect. Some Everyday Folk and Dawn
  • And he's dressed in a suit and has a mod haircut; not a waxed moustache in sight. Times, Sunday Times
  • The lines are stitched in perfectly even stitches using waxed thread.
  • That lady, having discovered that her guest's gloves needed mending, was working over them with pieces of Indian-tanned buckskin and beeswaxed thread, the picture of domestic content. The Ranch at the Wolverine
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