Adjective: painted peyn-tid
Verb: paint peynt
- Coated with paint
"freshly painted lawn furniture"
- Lacking substance or vitality as if produced by painting
"in public he wore a painted smile"
- Having makeup applied
"brazen painted faces"
- Having sections or patches coloured differently and usually brightly
"the painted desert";
- motley, calico, multicolor [US], multi-color [US], multicolour [Brit, Cdn], multi-colour [Brit, Cdn], multicolored [US], multi-colored [US], multicoloured [Brit, Cdn], multi-coloured [Brit, Cdn], particolored [US], particoloured [Brit, Cdn], piebald, pied, varicolored [US], varicoloured [Brit, Cdn]
- (art) make a painting
"he painted all day in the garden"; "He painted a painting of the garden"
- Apply paint to; coat with paint
"We painted the rooms yellow"
- (art) make a painting of
"He painted his mistress many times"
- Apply a liquid to; e.g., paint the gutters with linseed oil
See also: artificial, colored [US], colorful [US], coloured [Brit, Cdn], colourful [Brit, Cdn], finished, rouged, stained, unreal, varnished, whitewashed
Type of: coat, cover, create, interpret, represent, surface
Encyclopedia: Painted Paint, Pennsylvania