Black wash

Black´ wash`

    (blăk´wǒsh)
n.1.(Med.) A lotion made by mixing calomel and lime water.
2.A wash that blackens, as opposed to whitewash; hence, figuratively, calumny.
To remove as far as he can the modern layers of black wash, and let the man himself, fair or foul, be seen.
- C. Kingsley.
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After the first firing, she applies a black wash to enhance the texture and marks.
Black wash basins - in ceramic or lava stone are all the rage.
You can also look for jeans in a jet black wash or pastel tones to get the same look.
WHO hasn't put in a black wash and a forgotten tissue and ruined the whole wash?
5 million renovation infused the property with a contemporary atmosphere rich in color and details: guestrooms are now appointed with black wash ebony furnishings, historical black-and-white photography, and navy pinstriped duvets; the spacious lobby, drawing on an urban palette of charcoal, black, navy, and red, is distinctively punctuated with a stylish mix of custom-made period pieces and eclectic furnishings such as high back wing chairs and sofas; and the reception area showcases a creative collage of more than 50 sketches, drawings, and other art pieces resting on two elongated rails behind the front desk.
Her erotic Fruit Bowl, a tongue-in-cheek reference to the depiction of lesbians, is a misshapen bowl covered in satin black wash.