Definition of Gaseousness

1. Noun. Having the consistency of a gas.

Specialized synonyms: Bubbliness, Effervescence, Frothiness, Foaminess
Generic synonyms: Body, Consistence, Consistency, Eubstance
Derivative terms: Gaseous



Definition of Gaseousness

1. Noun. The condition of being gaseous ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Gaseousness

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Gaseousness

gasconaders
gasconades
gasconading
gascons
gascoynes
gaseities
gaseity
gaselier
gaseliers
gaseous
gaseous mediastinography
gaseous nebula
gaseous phase
gaseous pulse
gaseously
gaseousness (current term)
gaseousnesses
gases
gasface
gasfield
gasfields
gasfired
gasfitter
gasfitters
gasfitting
gashed
gasher
gashes
gashest

Literary usage of Gaseousness

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1. An Introduction to the Elements of Science by St. George Jackson Mivart (1894)
"Heat curiously disappears during changes from solidity to liquidity, and from liquidity to gaseousness, but reappears in changes from ..."

2. The American Journal of Psychology by Granville Stanley Hall, Edward Bradford Titchener (1922)
"Translucent, like bulky liquid tending slightly toward gaseousness. It definitely had depth." M (3 O, 180 O) Very dense haze. Comes up to the back screen ..."

3. A French-English Dictionary for Chemists by Austin McDowell Patterson (1921)
"... gaseous. gazette, /. gaseousness, gaseous nature or state. gazer, vt gas; specif., (Metal.) reduce with gaseous fue!; cover with gauze; veil. gazette,/, ..."

4. Dramatic Values by Charles Edward Montague (1911)
"tised the gaseousness and selfishness of a certain set of Liberals in his own country. The right dog to beat is your own. In "The Wild Duck " Ibsen lays ..."

5. Modern Humanists: Sociological Studies of Carlyle, Mill, Emerson, Arnold by John Mackinnon Robertson (1895)
"It reaches at times an astonishing degree of gaseousness. Mr. 0. B. Frothingham, who has written an interesting and useful history of New England ..."

6. The Mechanics' Magazine (1854)
"Again,—and this is a >ortant point,—the less their ten- > gaseousness, the denser is their at any given temperature, ..."

7. An Introduction to the Elements of Science by St. George Jackson Mivart (1894)
"Heat curiously disappears during changes from solidity to liquidity, and from liquidity to gaseousness, but reappears in changes from ..."

8. The American Journal of Psychology by Granville Stanley Hall, Edward Bradford Titchener (1922)
"Translucent, like bulky liquid tending slightly toward gaseousness. It definitely had depth." M (3 O, 180 O) Very dense haze. Comes up to the back screen ..."

9. A French-English Dictionary for Chemists by Austin McDowell Patterson (1921)
"... gaseous. gazette, /. gaseousness, gaseous nature or state. gazer, vt gas; specif., (Metal.) reduce with gaseous fue!; cover with gauze; veil. gazette,/, ..."

10. Dramatic Values by Charles Edward Montague (1911)
"tised the gaseousness and selfishness of a certain set of Liberals in his own country. The right dog to beat is your own. In "The Wild Duck " Ibsen lays ..."

11. Modern Humanists: Sociological Studies of Carlyle, Mill, Emerson, Arnold by John Mackinnon Robertson (1895)
"It reaches at times an astonishing degree of gaseousness. Mr. 0. B. Frothingham, who has written an interesting and useful history of New England ..."

12. The Mechanics' Magazine (1854)
"Again,—and this is a >ortant point,—the less their ten- > gaseousness, the denser is their at any given temperature, ..."

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