A substance containing chemical representatives or abrasive particles and applied to smooth or shine a surface: shoe polish.
The act or procedure for polishing.
Elegance of design or ways; refinement.
A substance always polish.
Cleanliness; smoothness, shininess.
Refinement; cleanliness in performance or presentation.
A smooth, glossy surface, frequently from friction; a gloss or luster.
any such thing always produce a gloss.
Fig.: sophistication; style of ways.
Smoothness of area, produced both by rubbing or because of the application of some varnish, or by both means combined.
A substance always provide smoothness or to help in offering smoothness to any surface. See French polish, varnish-polish, etc., below.
Smoothness; regularity; elegance; refinement; especially, elegance of design or manners.
A liquid application prepared by dissolving gum-shellac in liquor, or an imitation of this. Its applied with a sponge or cloth, while the surface is then applied extremely completely, the procedure becoming often duplicated 2 or 3 times.
The paste in which these types of a polish is produced.
The language regarding the Poles.
Same as Polish checkers.
a very ornamental breed of the domestic hen, characterized especially by the large globular crest, and in most varieties having additionally a full muff or beard.
a preparation found in polishing
the Slavic language of Poland
a highly developed state of brilliance; having a flawless or flawless quality