• a. & n. from Sponge, v. • (p. pr. & vb. n.) of SpongeFound on http://thinkexist.com/dictionary/meaning/sponging/
Spon'ging adjective & noun
, v. Sponging house (Eng. Law)
, a bailiff's or other house in which debtors are put before being taken to jail, or until they compromise with their creditors. At these houses extortionate charges are commonly m...
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adding texture to a surface with sponges of different porosity dipped in paints, inks, etc.
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The transfer of ink to paper using a small sponge (usually a cosmetic or craft sponge) in place of a brush. The ink is applied to the sponge and then the sponge is dabbed/tapped lightly onto a piece of paper leaving a series of small dots. A sponge with many holes, squeezed tightly while sponging, will produce a beautiful lacy effect.
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