Definition of Peroxided

1. Verb. (past of peroxide) ¹



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Definition of Peroxided

1. peroxide [v] - See also: peroxide

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Peroxided

perosseous
perovskite
perovskites
peroxi-
peroxid
peroxidase
peroxidase reaction
peroxidase stain
peroxidases
peroxidation
peroxidations
peroxidative
peroxide
peroxide blond
peroxide blonde
peroxided (current term)
peroxides
peroxidic
peroxiding
peroxidisable
peroxidise
peroxidised
peroxidises
peroxidising
peroxidisulfate
peroxidisulphate
peroxidizable
peroxidize
peroxidized
peroxidizes

Literary usage of Peroxided

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1. Rodman the Boatsteerer and Other Stories by Louis Becke (1898)
"... of his character expected to see a loudly-attired Melbourne or Sydney barmaid with peroxided hair, and person profusely adorned with obtrusive jewelry. ..."

2. Elements of Chemical and Physical Geology by Gustav Bischof (1859)
"... nevertheless, be basalt, provided the abstraction of silica has taken place under such circumstances, that the protoxide of iron could not be peroxided, ..."

3. An Attempt to Establish the First Principles of Chemistry by Experiment by Thomas Thomson (1825)
"The iron being collected and peroxided, weighed almost exactly 5 grains, equivalent to 4-5 grains of peroxide of iron. From these experiments the salt was ..."

4. Manual of Chemical Technology by Johannes Rudolf Wagner (1904)
"In 100 parts it consists of 77-06 of peroxided mercury and 23-94 of fulminic acid. According to the late Dr. Gerhardt's view, this body is a nitro-compound ..."

5. Paris Days and London Nights by Alice Ziska Snyder, Milton Valentine Snyder (1921)
"This may be due to the fact that there are two pretty girls here, the daughters of a fat peroxided mother with a leer on her face, who waddles about ..."

6. Paris Days and London Nights by Alice Ziska Snyder, Milton Valentine Snyder (1921)
"This may be due to the fact that there are two pretty girls here, the daughters of a fat peroxided mother with a leer on her face, who waddles about ..."

7. The Voltaic Accumulator: An Elementary Treatise. by Émile Reynier (1889)
"During the charge, the positive electrode is peroxided, and takes the flee tint, as in the acidulated water ..."

8. Business Profits and Human Nature: How to Increase the First by a Knowledge by Fred C. Kelly (1920)
"I heard a store manager jokingly bewail the fact one day that his best salesgirl in the cloak department had peroxided her hair. "I have a notion, ..."

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