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lithograph \lith"o*graph\, v. t. [imp. & p. p. lithographed; p. pr. & vb. n. lithographing.] [litho- + -graph: cf. F. lithographier.] To trace on stone by the process of lithography so as to transfer the design to paper by printing; as, to lithograph a design; to lithograph a painting. See lithography.

  1. Depicted in the form of a lithograph. v

  2. (en-past of: lithograph)

Usage examples of "lithographed".

This looked, thanks to a fortuitous file-swap with a member in Sweden, like a lithographed tin lunch box, Rez and Lo peering stunned and fuzzy-eyed from its flat, rectangular lid.

It was a Mark 9 Black Cab Kerb Crawler, with lithographed pressed steel body panels, chrome-trimmed running boards and brass radiator grille.

She looked at her stack of Lo/Rez albums beside the lithographed lunch box, her virtual Venice beside that.

The Prince pointed to where the Japanese tea-doll slumped disconsolately against the foot of the massive four-poster, surrounded by a tumbled sea of lithographed tin and painted lead.