The white facade opposite was densely stippled with red.
"When the Sleeper Wakes" by Herbert George Wells
Outside the car window was a glaze of darkness stippled with the gold of infrequent mysterious lights.
"Babbitt" by Sinclair Lewis
The grass, the corn, the foliage of trees were stippled with intricate shadows.
"Crome Yellow" by Aldous Huxley
Bruce's snowy chest and black-stippled coat were fluffed out by many recent baths.
"Bruce" by Albert Payson Terhune
The finishing touch to their delicate beauty is the fine stippling all over the surface.
"The Life of the Fly" by J. Henri Fabre
The stippled line shows how I assume the ice to have lain; the heavy broken line shows what our course ought to have been.
"The South Pole, Volumes 1 and 2" by Roald Amundsen
External surfaces are pitted; broken surfaces are coarsely stippled.
"A New Order of Fishlike Amphibia From the Pennsylvanian of Kansas" by Theodore H. Eaton
First spermatocyte, anaphase; ordinary chromosomes stippled to show more clearly the metakinesis of the unequal pair.
"Studies in Spermatogenesis" by Nettie Maria Stevens
They'll probably stipple it up so that it doesn't show in the least.
"Loyal to the School" by Angela Brazil
Avoid any grayish stippling on the breast of the drake and also on the wing-bows.
"Ducks and Geese" by Harry M. Lamon
Stippling is one of the best substitutes for the half-tone.
"From Xylographs to Lead Molds; A.D. 1440-A.D. 1921" by H. C. Forster
I saw the lake, black, cold, with the stippled reflections of shore lights shining up from its edges.
"The Seven-Branched Candlestick" by Gilbert W. (Gilbert Wolf) Gabriel
During the Perpendicular epoch the shading was stippled on with the end of a brush.
"Stained Glass Tours in England" by Charles Hitchcock Sherrill
His style was free and spirited, and he was one of the first English engravers to prove the merits of stipple engraving.
"Engraving for Illustration" by Joseph Kirkbride
The piece is struck in brass and has an edged and stippled border.
"American Military Insignia 1800-1851" by J. Duncan Campbell
Here were no tiny smooth surfaced stipplings, no delicate dottings of jewellery no faultless complexion, no plastered hair.
"A Prince of Dreamers" by Flora Annie Steel
Both finished their work in the open; and both stippled.
"Modern Painting, Its Tendency and Meaning" by Willard Huntington Wright
Delicate but brilliant colouring, gold worked in stippled patterns and a careful modelling of the human features are its characteristics.
"Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 14, Slice 3" by Various
Sometimes, but not always, the matt was stippled when wet, as may be seen in Plate XLII.
"Stained Glass of the Middle Ages in England and France" by Hugh Arnold
So fine are these stipples, however, that the picture is to the eye perfectly reproduced.
"The Progress of Invention in the Nineteenth Century." by Edward W. Byrn
Even though I've long since hardened against the charms of hummus, Arabesque 's silky, supple version comes stippled with whole chickpeas and cornichons, drizzled with olive oil and flecked with paprika.
Microskin is a liquid designed to be sprayed or stippled on to skin to completely cover birthmarks, port wine stains, or other conditions.
Microskin is a liquid designed to be sprayed or stippled on to skin to completely.
Today, PopSci salutes the Wall Street Journal and its hedcut engraver for finding the Venn-diagram sliver where David Bowie, Nikola Tesla , and stippled front-page portraits overlap.
The stippled texture appears to convey more information to the nerve endings in the sole of the foot than do smooth surfaces, he said, thereby giving athletes a better "feel" for the position of the foot on the ground.
With Stipple Inc, Rey Flemings allows online businesses to monetize their images through a unique.
The failures of the Bush presidency are not lost on the stipple portraitists at the Wall Street Journal.
Soothing out a stippled ceiling.