Definition of Kreosoted
1. kreosote [v] - See also: kreosote
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Literary usage of Kreosoted
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Student, and Intellectual Observer (1870)
"The experimenters receive the blood in water slightly kreosoted, to " annihilate external influences," as they phrase it. They separate the fibrin by ..."
2. The Chemical News (1860)
"If the pieces of wood in question were really kreosoted, it would seem to prove that the material which is distasteful to one animal may be attractive to ..."
3. Shaffner's Telegraph Companion: Devoted to the Science and Art of the Morse by Taliaferro Preston Shaffner (1854)
"The chief part of this is laid in a trough of kreosoted Baltic timber, with a lid of galvanized roof iron, overlapping the groove by ^ an inch on each side, ..."