Definition of Rutiles

1. rutile [n] - See also: rutile



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Rutiles

ruthfulnesses
ruthless
ruthlessly
ruthlessness
ruthlessnesses
ruths
rutic
rutic acid
rutidosis
rutilant
rutilate
rutilated
rutilates
rutilating
rutile
rutiles (current term)
rutilian
rutin
rutinic acid
rutinose
rutinoside
rutinosides
rutins
rutoside
ruts
rutted
rutter
rutterkin
rutterkins
rutters

Literary usage of Rutiles

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Annales Politiques, Civiles, Et Littéraires Du Dix-huitième Siècleby Simon Nicolas Henri Linguet by Simon Nicolas Henri Linguet (1790)
"... eft'im peuple fans énergie par lui-même, amolli de tems immémorial par le climat, par le goût des arts rutiles, par l'habitude d'un long ..."

2. The Chemical News and Journal of Industrial ScienceChemistry (1897)
"The results of these comparisons are given in Table B. It will be seen that in different rutiles the chromium lines show differences of intensity, ..."

3. Bulletin by Virginia Geological Survey, Virginia Division of Geology (1913)
"The possible effect of vanadium on the color of rutile.0—There are presented in tabular form below determinations of V2O3, Cr203, and FeO in three rutiles ..."

4. Annals of British Geology edited by John Frederick Blake (1891)
"The titanic acid of the rutiles comes probably from the alteration of the ... He concludes, in a note, that the rutiles observed in the Seaton clays are ..."

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