dry foot

   The foot of a piece of ceramic work that has been cleared of glaze.

Glossary of Art Terms. 2014.

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  • dry|foot — «DRY FUT», adverb. 1. with dry feet: »He was able to make his way over the stream dryfoot by leaping from rock to rock. 2. Obsolete. (in hunting) by the scent of the foot …   Useful english dictionary

  • dry-foot — dryˈ foot adverb (Shakespeare) By scent of the foot alone • • • Main Entry: ↑dry …   Useful english dictionary

  • dry foot — noun : the bottom of a piece of pottery when unglazed …   Useful english dictionary

  • Wet Foot/Dry Foot — Infobox Television episode Title= Wet Foot/Dry Foot Series= Season = 1 Episode = 3 Guests= John Lafayette Steve DuMouchel Rick Ricardo Ortez Mal Jones Fernanda Andrade Ismael East Carlo Tony Perez Alma Delfina Christopher Perez Wanda De Jesus Don …   Wikipedia

  • Dry stove — Stove Stove, n. [D. stoof a foot stove, originally, a heated room, a room for a bath; akin to G. stube room, OHG. stuba a heated room, AS. stofe, Icel. stofa a room, bathing room, Sw. stufva, stuga, a room, Dan. stue; of unknown origin. Cf.… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Foot stove — Stove Stove, n. [D. stoof a foot stove, originally, a heated room, a room for a bath; akin to G. stube room, OHG. stuba a heated room, AS. stofe, Icel. stofa a room, bathing room, Sw. stufva, stuga, a room, Dan. stue; of unknown origin. Cf.… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • dry-footing — /druy foot ing/, n. Ceram. removal of glaze from the rim at the bottom of a piece. [dry foot the base of the piece + ING1] * * * …   Universalium

  • dry-footing — /druy foot ing/, n. Ceram. removal of glaze from the rim at the bottom of a piece. [dry foot the base of the piece + ING1] …   Useful english dictionary

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  • Dry glue — is a method of adhesion based upon the naturally occurring adaptations of the feet of geckos, which allow them to climb sheer surfaces, and even glass walls. Contents 1 Background 2 Developments 2.1 University of Akron and the Rensselaer… …   Wikipedia

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