Orsino did not understand, for though he had mentioned the subject, gouache had not told him what he meant to do.
He worked in gouache and his style is said to have influenced Hall.
gouache smiled, but there was a note of sincerity in the odd statement which did not escape his hearer.
The paper mount is painted in gouache; and on the reverse is a view of a fort.
It was tactless of gouache, he thought, for the lady might be angry.
The leaf, which has been removed from the stick, is of paper, painted in gouache.
gouache laughed a little and looked at Orsino as though asking his opinion.
"No member of that family ever did, I think," gouache answered.
"You may have heard, Madame, that a beautiful woman is most beautiful in repose," said gouache.
The hounds did not meet on that day, or he would not have been at gouache's at all.
1882, from French gouache, from Italian guazzo "water color," originally "spray, pool," from Latin aquatio "watering, watering place," from aquatus, past participle of aquari "to bring water for drinking," from aqua (see aqua-).