stained

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  • She also appears in a stained glass window at the east end of the church.
  • He replaced all the windows in the front of the building with stained glass windows.
  • Scenes can be seen today on the stained glass windows of the church.
  • Small pieces of stained glass are set deep within the walls, which are sometimes ten feet thick.
  • The third floor is particular famous for its Dutch stained-glass windows.
  • The use of domestic stained glass increased until most substantial houses had glass windows.
  • This may have influenced her decision to begin working in stained glass.
  • It is also known as the stained glass capital of the United States.
  • At the end of his life he also started designing stained-glass windows.
  • Also, the stained glass windows were placed along the glass walls.
  • 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.
  • Some are lined up against a nearby wall that is stained with blood.
  • The church there has a 20th-century stained glass window representing them.
  • Its sandstone structure contains thirty rooms and a number of stained-glass windows.
  • 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.
  • Despite her efforts, he was fatally injured and his blood stained her mouth.
  • Another art form introduced through the church was stained glass, which was also adopted for secular uses.
  • The Main House has a company research library under a stained-glass dome.
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Root form of stained is stain for the verb.

Meaning of stained

  • 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
  • adjective Marked or dyed or discolored with foreign matter
    a badly stained tablecloth, tear-stained cheeks