Definition of Aerolites

1. Noun. (plural of aerolite) ¹



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Definition of Aerolites

1. aerolite [n] - See also: aerolite

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Aerolites

aerogenic
aerogenic tuberculosis
aerogram
aerogramme
aerogrammes
aerograms
aerographer
aerographers
aerographic
aerographical
aerography
aerohydrodynamic
aerohydrotherapy
aerokinesis
aerolite
aerolites (current term)
aerolith
aerolithology
aeroliths
aerolitic
aerologic
aerological
aerologies
aerologist
aerologists
aerology
aeromagnetic
aeromagnetics
aeromancer
aeromancers

Literary usage of Aerolites

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1. A Treatise on Meteorology: With a Collection of Meteorological Tables by Elias Loomis (1872)
"Are aerolites formed in our Atmosphere?—Various hypotheses have been proposed to account for the origin of aerolites. It has been conjectured that they are ..."

2. The Mining Magazine (1853)
"These latter are called aerolites, and have been known ever since the dawn ... It was formerly believed that aerolites were stones ejected from volcanoes. ..."

3. Elements of Meteorology, with Questions for Examination, Designed for by John Brocklesby (1869)
"The greater number of aerolites, according to Schreibers, have always the same general form, ... What is the form and external appearance of aerolites 1 ..."

4. The Intellectual Observer (1864)
"aerolites have been supposed to arrive with planetary velocity within the earth's sphere of attraction, and hi- refers to the efforts that have been made to ..."

5. A Text-book of General Astronomy: For Colleges and Scientific Schools by Charles Augustus Young (1888)
"The aerolites themselves. — Tine mass that falls is sometimes a single piece ... Nearly all tine aerolites tinat are actually seen to fall, and are found at ..."

6. A Treatise on the American Law of Vendor and Purchaser of Real Property by George William Warvelle (1902)
"aerolites. We have scientific authority for the assertion that from six to seven ... In their original location aerolites would undoubtedly be classed ..."

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