Definition of Chuted
1. chute [v] - See also: chute
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Chuted
chuted (current term)
chutes and ladders
Literary usage of Chuted
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Handbook of Construction Plant: Its Cost and Efficiency by Richard Turner Dana (1914)
"... grating which allowed the sand to drop into a 34-ft. bucket elevator, while the larger gravel was chuted to the crusher and thence to the elevator. ..."
2. The Design of Walls, Bins, and Grain Elevators by Milo Smith Ketchum (1911)
"Concrete should not be chuted in freezing weather. ... at the foot of movable towers, and the concrete was raised in a skip elevator and chuted into place. ..."
3. Structural Engineers' Handbook: Data for the Design and Construction of by Milo Smith Ketchum (1918)
"On railroad work the mixer may be mounted on a flat car, the materials may be delivered on other cars, and the concrete is dumped or chuted directly into ..."
4. The Design of Mine Structures by Milo Smith Ketchum (1912)
"The poor rock is dumped at point 2, from which it is chuted into the poor rock bin marked C. The poor rock from bin C is sorted, the rock is thrown in poor ..."
5. Coke: A Treatise on the Manufacture of Coke and the Saving of By-products by John Fulton (1895)
"The slate from nut coal jigs is hoisted by the nut slate elevator G, and chuted outside of the building, where it is handled to the waste pile. ..."
6. Technical Reports by Miami Conservancy District (Ohio) (1921)
"The track was high enough so that most of the concrete could be chuted into place by gravity direct from the cars. Where the structure was so wide that the ..."