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Synonyms for matte

a mixture of sulfides that forms when sulfide metal ores are smelted

the property of having little or no contrast

change texture so as to become matted and felt-like

not reflecting light

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The striking strap is made of matte gray silicone with multicolor allover print.
Continue to define your eyes with a wash of neutral matte eyeshadow, blending just beyond the socket line.
Go for true red or camel, like Revlon Matte in Smoked Peach, pounds 7.29.
A more moderate look is a smoky eye and nude matte lip.
This year, Samtec began shipping matte tin as standard plating on most connectors with tin plating.
Since the launch of Orly's first matte product, some of the biggest names in the business, including Del Laboratories Inc.
Multi-taskers will find the V5s Matte Black's App Clone useful, as it allows them to log on to two different accounts on the same social media app.
The matte white silicone strap is covered with multicolor polka dots and finished off with a white loop and shiny white plastic buckle.
Go for Gold, with warm gold tones and lashings of gilded shimmer, are set off against strong brows and matte plum lips for a modern twist on a cocktail hour classic.
A matte dark red plastic case is presented with a matte dark red silicone strap, dark red silicone loop and a dark red plastic buckle.
It features a white dial with black print and a matte white plastic case.
Mattes of Purdue University in West Lafayette, Ind., has shown that the share of consumed fat that travels, as triglycerides, into a person's bloodstream depends on whether the person tasted fat to begin with.
Richard Mattes reviewed more than 40 studies that monitored people to see if they spontaneously ate less food after being served a "test" meal, snack, or beverage.
Mattes of Purdue University in West Lafayette, Ind., who conducted the new study.