Recent Examples of graphite from the Web
Joy uses graphite and charcoal and paper just like Nwadiogbu.
Savannah Marshall primarily works in graphite and colored pencil but also incorporates printmaking into her work.
The comical picture anchors a roomful of page-size drawings that Colescott made from 1969 to 1980 in graphite, colored pencil and watercolor.
Nanoparticles produced by Sila Nanotechnologies contain silicon and other components, but not graphite.
Its case comes in black, gray, and rose gold colorways, as well as special graphite and rose gold editions that come with two band options instead of one.
Syrah Resources, an Australian company, wanted to set up the plant that would process graphite from Africa.
The substance is the basic element of graphite, diamond, and charcoal, and has demonstrated promise as a heat and electric conductor.
In April 2015, Johnson spent more than $1,700 for a set of graphite women's golf clubs and a Diva cart bag purchased from Amazon.com using training center funds.
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Origin and Etymology of graphite
First Known Use: 1796See Words from the same year
GRAPHITE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of graphite for English Language Learners
: a shiny black substance that is used in pencils
GRAPHITE Defined for Kids
medical Definition of graphite
graphiticplay \gra-ˈfit-ik\ adjective
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