Definition of Colorizers
1. colorizer [n] - See also: colorizer
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Colorizers
Literary usage of Colorizers
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Glass Sands of Kentucky: A Detailed Report Covering the Examination by Charles Henry Richardson (1920)
"In the preparation of this chapter on colorizers and ... colorizers. MANGANESE DIOXIDE, MnO2. Pyrolusite, or the black oxide of manganese, will produce a ..."
2. Elements of Glass and Glass Making by Benjamin Franklin Biser, Julius Arnold Koch (1899)
"These ingredients are used in small quantities, as an excessive use brings about results other than those desired, by their becoming colorizers instead of ..."
3. Preliminary Report on the Lead and Zinc of Oklahoma by Luther Crocker Snider (1912)
"These ingredients are used in small quantities, since in large quantities they become colorizers instead of decolor- izers. Impurities. ..."