Definition of Postforming

1. postform [v] - See also: postform



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Postforming

postfinalization
postfire
postfix
postfix notation
postfixal
postfixation
postfixations
postfixed
postfixes
postfixing
postflight
postflood
postflop
postform
postformed
postforming (current term)
postforms
postfracture
postfreeze
postfrontal
postfrontals
postfuneral
postfurca
postfurcae
postfusion
postgadolinium
postgame
postgames
postganglionic

Literary usage of Postforming

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1. Industrial Energy Efficiency by Office of Technology Assessment, United States, Congress (1993)
"postforming accounts for about 11 to 18 percent of the energy used in glass production, State-of-the- art technologies can save an estimated 11 to 28 ..."

2. Drill Regulations for Cavalryby Adjutant-General's Office, United States, War Dept by Adjutant-General's Office, United States, War Dept (1902)
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