Definition of Meltage

1. Noun. Melting. ¹



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Definition of Meltage

1. the process of melting [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Meltage

melphalans
melphalin
melphan
melpomene
melpomenish
mels
melt
melt away
melt down
melt into
melt off
melt sandwich
meltabilities
meltability
meltable
meltage (current term)
meltages
meltaway
meltdown
meltdowns
melted
melter
melters
meltest
melteth
meltier
meltiest
melting
melting point
melting points

Literary usage of Meltage

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1. Principles and Practice of Artificial Ice-making and Refrigeration by Louis Milton Schmidt (1907)
"... loss by waste and meltage, and expense of storing when gathered from the ice- producing localities of the North is so great that, even in cities as far ..."

2. Practical Cold Storage: The Theory, Design and Construction of Buildings and by Madison Cooper (1914)
"Regardless of the thickness of the ice, the cakes in the interior of the pile do not melt until exposed to the action of the air, the meltage being almost ..."

3. Practical Cold Storage: The Theory, Design and Construction of Buildings and by Madison Cooper (1905)
"Regardless of the thickness of the ice, the cakes in the interior of the pile do not melt until exposed to the action of the air, the meltage being almost ..."

4. The Standard Cyclopedia of Horticulture: A Discussion for the Amateur, and by Liberty Hyde Bailey (1917)
"A proper arrangement of pipes at the bottom to carry off the meltage ia necessary, and in arranging for this meltage outlet, a proper trap must be provided ..."

5. Cyclopedia of American Agriculture: A Popular Survey of Agricultural by Liberty Hyde Bailey (1908)
"There would be a difference of 22 square feet, which would allow the meltage of that much more ice, and it would cost $2.20 more for construction. ..."

6. Reports on Trade at the Treaty Ports by China Hai guan zong shui wu si shu (1868)
"We have then— Hua-shui, 7h 30.0.0.0 meltage Fee, „ 8.4.0.0 Premium, ... 15.0.0.0 meltage, „ 1.6.0.0 Premium, „ iooo In addition to the above we have the ..."

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