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Use "varnishing" in a sentence
"Could it be that his discussion of color painting and varnishing is based on personal experiment and experience that comes without either the foundation of practical tradition or academic interest?"
"The opening night at the main fair is called "The Vernissage" which technically means "varnishing" in French but in this case means private preview."
""varnishing" his paintings, but the effect of which was that they were all coated with a beautiful opaque red substance, so that none of them could be recognized, and yet a substance which he could remove, when so inclined, without injuring the pictures at all."