Definition of Fiberized

1. Verb. (past of fiberize) ¹



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Definition of Fiberized

1. fiberize [v] - See also: fiberize

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Fiberized

fiber optic cable
fiber optics
fiber plant
fiberboard
fiberboards
fibered
fiberfill
fiberfills
fiberization
fiberizations
fiberize
fiberized (current term)
fiberizes
fiberizing
fiberless
fiberlike
fiberoptic
fiberoptics
fiberous
fibers
fiberscope
fiberscopes
fiberwise
fibery
fibra
fibrae arcuatae cerebri

Literary usage of Fiberized

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1. Innovative Materials and Equipment for Pavement Surface Repairs: Summary of by Kelly L. Smith (1994)
"In general, fiberized asphalts and asphalt rubbers were found to provide fair to good performance as AC crack sealants and good to excellent performance as ..."

2. Canada's Future: What She Offers After the War; a Symposium of Official Opinion by E. A. Victor (1916)
"The mass of blasted rock, all more or less fiberized, was discarded, there being in those days no market for the shorter grades; moreover, mechanical means ..."

3. Economic Geology by Heinrich Ries (1910)
"The rock is crushed, fiberized and screened, the product being used chiefly as a cement for boiler covering. [_]»ii.i$e«.v ASBESTOS AREA j 1 VERMONT Flo. ..."

4. Economic Geology by Heinrich Ries (1916)
"The rock is crushed, fiberized and screened, the product being used chiefly as a cement for boiler covering. Fio. 99. — Geologic map of Vermont asbestos ..."

5. Transactions of the American Institute of Mining, Metallurgical and (1915)
"From the crusher, the rock is passed to a bin, from which it feeds into a Raymond pulverizer. As the rock is fiberized it is carried upward by a suction fan ..."

6. The Mineral Industry by Richard Pennefather Rothwell (1906)
"The asbestos sear range from £ to 1£ in. in width. The mineral is of a transpare golden color when in masses, but white and silky when fiberized. ..."

7. First Proofs of the Universal Catalogue of Books on Art by National Art Library (Great Britain), Henry Cole, John Hungerford Pollen, Great Britain Dept. of Science and Art (1877)
"fiberized Concrete. A new composition for the walls and roofs of houses. 12mo. New York, 1869. В.Я. FOX (GEORGE).—The History of Ponte- fract in Yorkshire. ..."

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