ジステンパー, 意気消沈, 意気阻喪
Noun(1) any of various infectious viral diseases of animals(2) an angry and disagreeable mood(3) paint made by mixing the pigments with water and a binder(4) a painting created with paint that is made by mixing the pigments with water and a binder(5) a method of painting in which the pigments are mixed with water and a binder; used for painting posters or murals or stage scenery
Verb(1) paint with distemper
(1) The walls were painted with a water-based powder distemper , usually in grass green or primrose colour.(2) Come a ├ö├ç├┐chaste art festival├ö├ç├û, then the distemper art rules the roost in major spots.(3) Many of the artists, most particularly Vuillard, painted these in distemper and left them unlined and unvarnished, making them more fragile than oils on canvas.(4) This species is also susceptible to a variety of diseases such as distemper , which is controlled in domestic dogs.(5) Will the insurer cover routine wellness care, such as inoculations against distemper , rabies and other diseases?(6) He painted in distemper , which produced a matt finish, and his gentle colour harmonies are very different from the brilliant or harsh hues often associated with German Expressionist painting.(7) an attempt to illuminate the moral roots of the modern world's distemper(8) At the nearby Scott Base, seals are infected with canine distemper , a virus passed to them by researchers' dogs.(9) The canine distemper virus causes a highly contagious disease in dogs known as distemper .(10) The rolls thus formed are laid out on a table where they are painted with a coat of ground color of distemper .(11) For example, parvovirus, distemper and rabies are diseases that can be vaccinated against.(12) Another reason for stalemate (or decline, as the case may be) in the stock market is the political distemper created by the major political parties.(13) Paper was printed by hand using wooden blocks and distemper paint, which dried to a soft, matt finish.(14) The family room pairs milk-painted and beeswaxed wainscoting below with a chalk-base distemper paint above.(15) The kitchen gleamed from the distemper Dad had painted on its walls in contrasting shades of green and pink.(16) The Hamlet world's distemper , she argues, stems mostly from the way the generational/political life cycle has been upset.
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