A mixture of a metal with its sulfides, produced by smelting the sulfide ores of copper, lead, or nickel.(noun)
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Use "matte" in a sentence
"Paraguay tea, which they call matte, as I mentioned before, is always drunk twice a day: this is brought upon a large silver salver, with four legs raised upon it, to receive a little cup made out of a small calabash or gourd, and tipped with silver."
"He figured if the plain matte finish worked, why not make them camo?"
"As Del said the 8400 in matte makes an excellent hunting rifle."