Definition of Deicing

1. Verb. (present participle of deice) ¹



2. Noun. The removal of ice. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Deicing

1. deice [v] - See also: deice

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Deicing

dehypnotized
dehypnotizes
dehypnotizing
dei
dei ex machina
dei ex machinis
dei gratia
deice
deiced
deicer
deicers
deices
deicidal
deicide
deicides
deicing (current term)
deicing boot
deicing boots
deicings
deictic
deictic word
deictically
deictics
deid
deider
deidest
deids
deie
deies
deif

Literary usage of Deicing

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1. Aviation and the Environment: Airport Operations and Future Growth Present by Gerald L. Dillingham, Belva Martin (2001)
"Most frequently, they use vacuum sweeper trucks for capturing deicing or anti-icing ... Figure 8: Airports' Use of Selected deicing and Anti-Icing Chemical ..."

2. Aviation and the Environment: Results from a Survey of the Nations 50 by Gerald L. Dillingham, Belva Martin (2000)
"Are either deicing or anti-icing chemicals used at your airport? Some deicing operations occur at most of the airports we surveyed, even those that are ..."

3. Transportation Statistics Annual Report 1998 edited by Wendell Fletcher (1999)
"Another report estimated aircraft deicing product use nationwide to be 43.5 ... At airports with special deicing collection systems, the chemicals may be ..."

4. Wellhead Protection: A Guide for Small Communities by Tom Belk (1994)
"Often pesticides and fertilizers are applied in the immediate vicinity of wells on agricultural land. Highway deicing More than 11 million tons of salt are ..."

5. Indicators of the Environmental Impacts of Transportation: Highway, Rail by Mark Corrales, Michael Grant, Evelyn Chan (2000)
"QUANTIFIED OUTPUT INDICATORS 4 deicing one aircraft typically results in the pollution load about equal to the daily wastewater of 5000 people (Backer, ..."

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