Definition of Steamings

1. Noun. (plural of steaming) ¹



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Definition of Steamings

1. steaming [n] - See also: steaming

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Steamings

steamering
steamers
steamfitter
steamfitters
steamfitting
steamfittings
steamie
steamier
steamies
steamiest
steamily
steaminess
steaminesses
steaming
steamingly
steamings
steamless
steamlike
steamliner
steamliners
steampipe
steampipes
steampunk
steampunks
steamroll
steamrolled
steamroller
steamrollered
steamrollering
steamrollers

Literary usage of Steamings

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1. Condensed Description of the Manufacture of Beet Sugar by Franz Murke (1921)
"The thin steamings are let down either to the mixers or to the crystallizers, ... otherwise the steamings go to places of similar purity, for instance, ..."

2. Bacteria in Relation to Plant Diseases by Erwin Frink Smith (1905)
"Large masses of fluid (beakers, flasks) require longer steamings than test-tube cultures. The writer gives double time, or triple time. ..."

3. Bacteria in Relation to Plant Diseases by Erwin Frink Smith (1905)
"Large masses of fluid (beakers, flasks) require longer steamings than test-tube cultures. The writer gives double time, or triple time. ..."

4. Practical Nursing: A Text-book for Nurses by Anna Caroline Maxwell, Amy Elizabeth Pope (1914)
"Consequently it takes several steamings, with intervals between, in which the spores may develop, to destroy them all. To favor the development of the ..."

5. Public Health Papers and Reports by American Public Health Association (1906)
"Between the second and third steamings the tubes are placed in the incubator over ... Between the third and fourth steamings, one or two days may intervene, ..."

6. Clinical Diagnosis: A Manual of Laboratory Methods by James Campbell Todd (1914)
"If an autoclave is not at hand, successive steamings in an Arnold sterilizer will answer, provided it is not opened between ..."

7. Clinical Diagnosis: A Manual of Laboratory Methods by James Campbell Todd (1914)
"If an autoclave is not at hand, successive steamings in an Arnold sterilizer will answer, provided it is not opened between ..."

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