burnish


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Synonyms for burnish

Synonyms for burnish

to give a gleaming luster to, usually through friction

a radiant brightness or glow, usually due to light reflected from a smooth surface

Synonyms for burnish

polish and make shiny

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The Sky Blue Hi-Performance Burnish Pad 3050 is a fantastic addition to the 3M family of premium burnishing floor pads," says Ed Michels, marketing and development manager with the 3M Building and Commercial Services Division.
Honda says it is going to make only a few thousand EX's, with the model serving as a "halo" car to burnish the Accord line.
But it wasn't for money (although perhaps to burnish his reputation) that the editor-publisher of Jack O'Dwyer's Newsletter, "The Inside News of Public Relations," recently created the "O'Dwyer Award for Excellence in Public Communications.
They offer improved non-yellowing and burnish resistance.
It was necessary to burnish at just the right degree of dampness.
Sometimes the United States goes to war in spasms of ideological drunkenness, as in Korea and Vietnam; other times it's to enhance the military's image at home, as in Somalia; still others, to burnish the image of the Commander-in-Chief, as in Panama, Grenada, Libya, and Iraq.
today launched the MRS3000/3100-GT burnish-glide test system, offering the best price/performance ratio in the disk drive industry for burnish and glide testing of rigid magnetic recording media.
On the third day of an international tour designed to burnish his foreign policy credentials, Mr Obama and other American senators held two hours of talks with President Hamid Karzai in Kabul.
Sugino Corporation offers its line of Superoll[R] burnishing tools, which can burnish the inside or outside diameters of any bored, reamed or turned workpiece to produce a fine, wear-resistant finish.
By simply endorsing the eventual need for a modest mandatory greenhouse control program and beginning to develop it, the administration, at a stroke, with no sacrifice of principle and at modest economic cost, could burnish its credibility on the environment.
A similar fever has gripped conservative historians, who, for several years now, have been doing their part to burnish Reagan's image by penning starry-eyed accounts of his presidency that exaggerate his achievements while glossing over any unpleasantness.