cissing

cissing
\\ˈsisiŋ\ noun (-s)
Etymology: origin unknown
: the gathering of a wet film (as of varnish) into drops or streaks leaving parts of the surface bare or imperfectly covered

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  • cissing — [ sɪsɪŋ] noun (in decorating) failure of paint to adhere properly to a surface. Origin C19: of unknown origin …   English new terms dictionary

  • cissing — cis·sing …   English syllables

  • dragging —    Applying relatively dry oil paints lightly over a surface, creating an area of broken color the new color having attached to the high spots but not to the low, so that irregular portions of the undercolor remain exposed. Also known as… …   Glossary of Art Terms

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