Definitions for "Weathering"
The action of the elements on a rock in altering its color, texture, or composition, or in rounding off its edges.
The mechanical or chemical disintegration and discoloration of the surface of wood caused by exposure to light, the action of shrinking and swelling of the surface fibers with continual variation in moisture content due to changes in the weather; also an inclined surface on a member such as a cornice or sill which directs away rain water.
The process during which a complex compound is reduced to its simpler component parts, transported via physical processes, or biodegraded over time.
Summation of effects of all meteorological factors (rain, wind. etc.) tending to diminish persistence of pesticide spray deposits.
Sloping surface to throw off rainwater.
The process which changes a material in time. Or, in architecture, the slope on a buttress to shed rainwater.
The process of the façade of a building reacting to weather over a period of years. Trent's cladding performs well in responding to the effects of weather but it is influenced by the aspect of the façade and the architectural detailing of the features of the façade.
Process of painting, staining or coloring to show aging, use or effects of weather on a model.
The process of simulating wear and tear on a model. Pastel chals and colour wash es are favourite mediums.
Hawks are weathered by being placed unhooded in the open air. Passage hawks which are not sufficiently reclaimed to be left out by themselves unhooded on blocks are weathered by being put out for an hour or two under the falconer's eye.
Keywords:  clay, exposing, break, paint, achieved
The result of exposing clay to the elements to break down the finish. Can also be achieved with paint.