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Definition of Burnishing

Burnishing
Burnish Bur"nish, v. t. [imp. & p. p. Burnished; p. pr. & vb. n. Burnishing.] [OE. burnischen, burnissen, burnen, OF. burnir, brunir, to make brown, polish, F. brunir, fr. F. brun brown, fr. OHG. br?n; cf. MHG. briunen to make brown, polish. See Brown, a.] To cause to shine; to make smooth and bright; to polish; specifically, to polish by rubbing with something hard and smooth; as, to burnish brass or paper. The frame of burnished steel, that east a glare From far, and seemed to thaw the freezing air. --Dryden. Now the village windows blaze, Burnished by the setting sun. --Cunningham. Burnishing machine, a machine for smoothing and polishing by compression, as in making paper collars.

Meaning of Burnishing from wikipedia

- Look up burnishing or burnish in Wiktionary, the free dictionary. Burnishing may refer to: Burnishing (metal), plastic deformation of a surface due to...
- stress. There are several forms of burnishing processes, the most common are roller burnishing and ball burnishing (a subset of which is also referred...
- Roller burnishing is a surface finishing technique where hardened rollers cold work surface imperfections to reduce surface roughness. Roller burnishing differs...
- finish. Burnishing can also be applied to wood, by rubbing two pieces together along the grain. Hard woods take the treatment best. Burnishing does not...
- steels than in the past, and require burnishing with harder materials, making some traditional makeshift burnishers less effective on modern s****ers. Once...
- Black-burnished ware is a type of Romano-British ceramic. Burnishing is a pottery treatment in which the surface of the pot is polished, using a hard smooth...
- Roller and ball burnishing have been studied in Russia and ****an, and were applied most extensively in the USSR in the 1970s. Various burnishing methods are...
- the burnishing made them less permeable and suitable for heated liquid substances. Later examples are usually finer and more carefully burnished and decorated...
- pressing the leaf on with a burnisher, then reheating when additional leaf may be laid on. The process is completed by cold burnishing. "Overlaying" or folding...
- The burnished-buff tanager (Stilpnia cayana), also known as the rufous-crowned tanager, is a common South American species of bird in the family Thraupidae...