Synonyms of "peeling""peeling" in a sentence
- Noun: peeling peeling
Verb: peel peel
- Loss of bits of outer skin by peeling or shedding or coming off in scales
- desquamation, shedding
- Strip the skin off
- skin, pare
- Come off in flakes or thin small pieces
"The paint in my house is peeling off"
- peel off, flake off, flake
- Get undressed
- undress, discase, uncase, unclothe, strip, strip down, disrobe
Sounds like: pealing
Derived forms: peelings
See also: peeler
Type of: break away, break off, chip, chip off, come off, organic phenomenon, strip, take off
Encyclopedia: Peel, Isle Of Man Peel Peel, Isle of Man Peel, New Brunswick Peel, Netherlands Peeling
A process in which thin flakes of mortar are broken away from a concrete surface, as by deterioration or by adherence of surface mortar to forms as they are removed.2.
A defect in a paint film or plaster finish which causes the film or finish to lose its adhesion to the substrate, so that it can be removed in strips.
- Bill laid down the egg he was peeling.
- peeling back his trouserleg, he showed them the wound.
- A: "has mary finished peeling the potatoes?" b: "just about."
- My face is peeling.
- As in the downstairs lobby, what was left of the paint was peeling.
- The supervisor said that the new potato peeling machine would come tomorrow.
- A shuffling, bent old man with a twisted hair piece opened the peeling door, the color of dried blood.
- Perhaps peeling potatoes brought them loving memories of the past, memories of their younger days when they had their own kitchens and famillies.
- Automatic asparagus peeling machine bottle rinser filler capper
- peeling bags of potatoes is really a chore
"peel-off time" meaning
, "peel-tower" meaning
, "peeled" meaning
, "peeler" meaning
, "peelie-wally" meaning
, "peelings" meaning
, "peelite" meaning
, "peen" meaning
, "peen, pean" meaning
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