stain

All Noun Verb
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  • At the end of his life he also started designing stained-glass windows.
  • Police initially believed another girl had been shot, but she had only blood stains on her clothing.
  • The victory which you obtained is not true victory and your names will bear black stains in the future.
  • It can be run on its own, or connected to a blood film making and staining unit.
  • Also, the stained glass windows were placed along the glass walls.
  • They also painted the walls of the church, but the blood stains showed up in time.
  • There is 19th-century stained glass in the south and east windows.
  • Some stained glass windows have been damaged in the course of centuries and have been replaced.
  • Work was also done to put in stained glass windows.
  • Then with water he washed out the blood stains on the wood work. Cited from Bakemono Yashiki (The Haunted House), by James S. De Benneville
  • Blood does in fact show on red clothing as a black stain.
  • The hall is located on the second floor and features large stain glass windows across both ends of the hall.
  • Some are lined up against a nearby wall that is stained with blood.
  • The off center nucleus stains red and has a deep red bar-like mass.
  • The church there has a 20th-century stained glass window representing them.
  • Woods from different species of trees can have huge variations in how well they take stain.
  • Its sandstone structure contains thirty rooms and a number of stained-glass windows.
  • Presently we struck their trail and followed them by the blood-stains on the grass. Cited from In Africa, by John T. McCutcheon
  • A public art display of stained glass called Children at Play was also installed.
  • The traditional technique of stained glass is still employed for the creation of studio glass.
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Meaning of stain

  • noun A soiled or discolored appearance
    the wine left a dark stain
  • noun (microscopy) a dye or other coloring material that is used in microscopy to make structures visible
  • verb Color with a liquid dye or tint
    Stain this table a beautiful walnut color, people knew how to stain glass a beautiful blue in the middle ages
  • verb Produce or leave stains
    Red wine stains the table cloth
  • verb Color for microscopic study
    The laboratory worker dyed the specimen