Definition of Gas oil

1. Noun. An oil formed through distillation of petroleum of intermediate boiling range and viscosity.

Generic synonyms: Fuel Oil, Heating Oil, Hydrocarbon



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Gas Oil

gas jet
gas lamp
gas line
gas main
gas mains
gas mantle
gas mantles
gas mark
gas marks
gas maser
gas mask
gas masks
gas mechanics
gas meter
gas mileage
gas oil (current term)
gas oven
gas pedal
gas peritonitis
gas phlegmon
gas plant
gas pressure
gas pump
gas pumps
gas range
gas retinopexy
gas ring
gas scavengers
gas service
gas shell

Literary usage of Gas oil

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1. The Law Relating to Oil and Gas: Including Oil and Gas Leases and Contracts by William Wheeler Thornton (1904)
"... essential to the operation of a colliery, not, however, prop-timber.22 §344. Mortgagor may remove gas, oil and minerals. The mortgagor of gas, oil or ..."

2. Principles of Oil and Gas Production by Roswell Hill Johnson, Louis Grow Huntley (1916)
"Gas, oil and asphalt at the surface. —• Gas, oil or asphalt which exudes at the surface may be significant of any one of a number of conditions: (1) If the ..."

3. Principles of Oil and Gas Production by Roswell Hill Johnson, Louis Grow Huntley (1916)
"Gas, oil and asphalt at the surface. — Gas, oil or asphalt which exudes at the surface may be significant of any one of a number of conditions: (1) If the ..."

4. Oil and Gas Rights on the Public Domain and on Private Lands: Discovery and by Robert Stewart Morrison, Emilio Dominguez De Soto (1920)
"OIL AND GAS. OIL WELLS AND GAS WELLS. DISTINCTION. Leases have been granted to search for salt water and oil has been found; to seek for oil but gas was ..."

5. The Gas and Oil Engine by Dugald Clerk (1907)
"Improved means for igniting the combustible charges in gas, oil, and like engines. 15411. ... Improvements in valve gears for gas, oil, or other engines. ..."

6. The Chemical News and Journal of Industrial Science (1893)
"Since the demand for gas-oil has increased, cracking, in this country at ... Until within the last few years oil known as " gas oil " was on the market. ..."

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