lithograph

Part of speech: noun

Lithographer.

Part of speech: verb

To produce by lithography.

Part of speech: noun

A lithographic print.

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Usage examples "lithograph":

  1. It was not a very big ship, in spite of the grandiloquent descriptions in the advertisements, or the lithograph wherein she cut grandly and evenly through huge waves to the manifest discomfiture of infinitesimal sailing craft bobbing alongside. - "African Camp Fires", Stewart Edward White.
  2. My Father had to tell us how to spell " Lithograph." - "Fairy Prince and Other Stories", Eleanor Hallowell Abbott.
  3. He darted into the bedroom and unhooked a framed lithograph which had been the joy and pride of the occupants of the room for the past four decades. - "Mortmain", Arthur Cheny Train.