Definition of Mastichs

1. Noun. (plural of mastich) ¹



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Definition of Mastichs

1. mastich [n] - See also: mastich

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Mastichs

masticatories
masticators
masticatory
masticatory apparatus
masticatory diplegia
masticatory force
masticatory muscles
masticatory nucleus
masticatory silent period
masticatory spasm
masticatory surface
masticatory system
mastich
mastiche
mastiches
mastichs (current term)
masticin
masticot
masticots
mastics
mastier
mastiest
mastiff
mastiff bat
mastiffs
mastigomycotina
mastigoneme
mastigonemes
mastigophora
mastigophora infections

Literary usage of Mastichs

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1. A Dictionary of Arts, Manufactures, and Mines by Andrew Ure (1858)
"... and for this reason the mastichs made in this way are found to be much more perishable. Many of the factitious asphalt cements contain a considerable ..."

2. Algeria: The Topography and History, Political, Social, and Natural, of by John Reynell Morell (1854)
"... mastichs,f and thorn-broom growing to a heigh: : two or three yards, but the cactus much higher. The orange and citron trees too ar, very fine. ..."

3. Recent Improvements in Arts, Manufactures, and Mines: Being a Supplement to by Andrew Ure (1845)
"It would indeed be a difficult matter to combine, by artificial methods, calcareous earth thus intimately with bitumen, and for this reason the mastichs ..."

4. The Mechanic's Companion, Or, The Elements and Practice of Carpentry by Peter Nicholson (1842)
"Calcarious cements may be classed according to the three following divisions: namely, simple calcarious cement, water cement, mastichs, or maltha. 1. ..."

5. The Mechanic's Companion, Or, The Elements and Practice of Carpentry by Peter Nicholson (1845)
"Calcarious cements may be classed according to the three following divisions: namely, simple calcarious cement, water cement, mastichs, or maltha. 1. ..."

6. Newton's London Journal of Arts and Sciences: Being Record of the Progress by William Newton, Charles Frederick Partington (1839)
"It would indeed be a difficult matter to combine, by artificial methods, calcareous earth thus intimately with bitumen, and for this reason the mastichs ..."

7. The London Journal of Arts and Sciences by William Newton (1839)
"It would indeed be a difficult matter to combine, by artificial methods, calcareous earth thus intimately with bitumen, and for this reason the mastichs ..."

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