Definition of Pastes
1. Noun. (plural of paste) ¹
2. Verb. (third-person singular of paste) ¹
¹ Source: wiktionary.com
Definition of Pastes
1. paste [v] - See also: paste
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Literary usage of Pastes
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Edinburgh Medical Journal (1885)
"Endeavours to find such pastes, which can be kept ready prepared in bulk, ... But by these pastes a commonly felt defect in our medication is filled up and ..."
2. Chemical Abstracts by American Chemical Society (1908)
"Th* Vermicelli and Alimentary pastes of Annam. ... brief note on alimentary pastes called ho-tieu and song-than, exhibited at Mar- •dex, and the commercial ..."
3. American Druggist (1884)
"Yellow or red kaolin may be used in place of white, and these pastes may not only ... Unna, in his experiments with kaolin pastes, found that other forms of ..."
4. The Microscope: An Illustrated Monthly Designed to Popularize the Subject of (1894)
"Considerable has been written from time to time about preservation for mucilages and pastes. Oil of cloves, creosote, carbolic acid, and various other ..."
5. The Qualitative Analysis of Medicinal Preparations by Henry Corbin Fuller (1920)
"AND EMOLLIENTS pastes and creams may or may not contain an oil or fatty material, ... The semi-fluid nature of pastes may be due to glycerin or to some ..."
6. A Guide to the Exhibition Galleries of the British Museum (Bloomsbury) by British Museum (1892)
"It is a question how far these pastes were cast from actual engraved stones, and whether they were not rather made from designs modelled in clay with the ..."
7. The Qualitative Analysis of Medicinal Preparations by Henry Corbin Fuller (1912)
"pastes, OINTMENTS, AND EMOLLIENTS pastes and creams may or may not contain an oil or ... The semi-fluid nature of pastes may be due to glycerin or to some ..."
8. A Treatise on Pharmacy: Designed as a Text-book for the Student, and as a by Edward Parrish (1884)
"pastes. Medicines having sugar and gum for their basis, of a firm vet flexible consistence, intermediate between confections and lozenges, are railed pastes ..."