glossiness glossiness


  • (n) the property of being smooth and shiny



  1. The Journal is about the size, shape and glossiness of Vogue but has only eight pages, costs a dime, and expects to break even if it sells only 10,000 copies.
  2. Bruckner's Seventh Symphony has a glossiness that does not suit the music at all.


  • ACUSTRIP Product Labels

    ACUSTRIP Company, Inc., in a program of continuous improvement, is upgrading the ACUSTRIP Product Labels.  The new and improved labels are made with PVC application, eliminating the occasional dog ears of the label corners, and sitting completely on the bottle. The label glossiness, as well as the CMYK color reproducibilty and definition, is much improved. For more information and product sales ...
    on July 30, 2013     Source: ThomasNet

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