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Definition of "beading" []

  • Beads or the material used for making them. (noun)
  • Ornamentation with beads. Also called beadwork. (noun)
  • Architecture A narrow, half-rounded molding; a bead. (noun)
  • A narrow piece of openwork lace through which ribbon may be run. (noun)
  • Tiny drops of condensation, as on the outside of a glass. (noun)
  • A narrow strip of some material used for edging or ornamentation (noun)

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Use "beading" in a sentence
  • "Â I used some of the same beads from the front for the rear cover, but not too many, as the beading is extremely time consuming."
  • "Good thing I saved last night's efforts in beading, then!"
  • "In fact, I might, in a fit of inexcusable hyperbole, prefer to have a flaming tire slung around my neck than this dress-necklace combo, but that's just because dresses with unnatural and undetachable jewelry (as opposed to beading, which is natural) are one of the (many) things that set me off on a rant."