Definition of Resinated

1. Adjective. Impregnated or flavored with resin. "Resinated wine"

Partainyms: Resin



Definition of Resinated

1. Verb. (past of resinate) ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Resinated

1. resinate [v] - See also: resinate

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Resinated

resilver
resilvered
resilvering
resilvers
resimulation
resimulations
resin
resin acid
resin acids
resin cement
resin cements
resinaceous
resinata
resinatas
resinate
resinated (current term)
resinates
resinating
resined
resiner
resiners
resines
resing
resinic
resinic acids
resiniferatoxin
resiniferous
resinification
resinifications
resinified

Literary usage of Resinated

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1. Solvents, Oils, Gums, Waxes and Allied Substances by Frederic Sackett Hyde (1913)
"Reddish brown, brittle or soft, resinous mass with aromatic odor and taste. Softens in fingers. Contains resinated esters of cinnamic acid; ..."

2. Greek Vignettes: A Sail in the Greek Seas, Summer of 1877 by James Albert Harrison (1878)
"The resinated wine I have not yet tasted. There is no taint of resin in the ... All the popular drinks that contain wine are said to be strongly resinated, ..."

3. The Cyclades, Or, Life Among the Insular Greeks by James Theodore Bent (1885)
"... with resin to preserve it, and this gives a very strong flavour of varnish to the beverage. The Greeks love this resinated wine—it acts as a tonic ..."

4. The Chrysokamino Metallurgy Workshop and Its Territory by Philip P. Betancourt (2006)
"Unequivocal evidence that the vessel once contained wine resinated with pine resin ... In summary, the vessel must have contained resinated wine flavored or ..."

5. The Microscope: An Illustrated Monthly Designed to Popularize the Subject of (1891)
"Cannot some of our opticians give us a glycerine medium with the refractive index of the resinated cedar oil, but without the obnoxious quality of the fluid ..."

6. Rambles and Studies in Greece by John Pentland Mahaffy (1913)
"There was sound red wine, and plenty of it, varying according to the makers, but mostly good, and only in one case slightly resinated. ..."

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