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fes·toon·ing

(fes-tūn'ing),
Undulating, like the pattern of dermal papillae beneath a subepidermal blister.

fes·toon·ing

(fes-tūn'ing)
Undulating, like the pattern of dermal papillae beneath a subepidermal blister.

fes·toon·ing

(fes-tūn'ing)
Undulating.

festooning (festoon´ing),

n the process of carving the base material of a denture or denture pattern to simulate the contours of the natural tissues to be replaced by the denture.
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Residents go all out to show their holiday spirit by festooning front yards with elaborate displays and ropes of twinkling lights.
The unit can be further enhanced by the addition of drying and festooning machinery.
Many of the ads now festooning liberal blogs, mostly placed via the fast-growing Blogads.
It is December 1980, a week before Christmas, Westport, Connecticut, a blanket of snow on the ground, wood smoke from fireplaces redolent in the air, tree lights festooning the houses, a pervasive Yuletide lilt, but we are laboring in the subterranean space beneath Paul's converted barn, an area that had once been a stable for farm horses.
I expected to see trailing gray strands festooning the "tenebrous boughs of the cypress," as Longfellow put it when he penned his epic poem about an Acadian woman searching for her betrothed along the bayous of the Atchafalaya.
GATINEAU, Canada -- Glatfelter (NYSE:GLT), a global supplier of specialty papers and fiber-based engineered materials, is expanding its proprietary festooning capacity, providing a sustainable competitive advantage to its customers.