A four-sided figure having four right angles.
To diminish in size, mass, or projection.
The return of light waves from surfaces; the bending or folding back of a part upon itself.
The care of the deceased to recreate natural form and color.
The border, edge, or margin of a thing, usually of a circular or curving form, as the rim of the eye socket.
Red complexion; having a healthy reddish color; said of the complexion; more vivid than florid.
A yellowish, sickly color of the complexion.
A visual aspect indicating the vividness of the hue in the degree of difference from a gray of the same lightness.
A bright red color inclining toward orange.
A quick-drying liquid which leaves a hard, thin transparent coat or layer through which moisture cannot pass.
Equal mixture of two primary hues; orange, green, and purple.
Notched on the edge like a saw.
A hue into which various quantities of black are mixed; the darkened hue, as contrasted with a whitened hue.
Surfaces which do not lie at right angles to the source of illumination or are obscured by other surfaces and which reflect little or no light.
A preparation to be used for cleansing the hair; the act of cleansing hair.
Shine; as of the reflection of natural oils of the skin.
A substance (usually liquid) capable of, or used in, dissolving something.
A flat, blunt, knife-like instrument used for mixing cosmetics and modeling; a palette knife.
Visible band; the original standard of color; the progressive arrangement of colors (ROYGBIV) seen when a beam of white light is broken down into its component colors.