Definition of Saggering

1. sagger [v] - See also: sagger



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Saggering

sageships
sagest
sagey
saggar
saggar maker
saggar maker's bottom knocker
saggar maker's bottom knockers
saggard
saggards
saggared
saggaring
saggars
sagged
sagger
saggered
saggering (current term)
saggers
saggier
saggiest
sagginess
sagging
saggingly
saggings
saggy
saggy trousers
sagier
sagiest
sagina
saginas
saginate

Literary usage of Saggering

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

1. Treatise on Ceramic Industries: A Complete Manual for Pottery, Tile and by Emile Bourry, Wilton P. Rix (1901)
"The great trouble of burning porcelain, looked at from all points, is saggering. Nearly all pieces have to be supported separately, therefore it is ..."

2. Clay Products Cyclopedia, Containing Important Information for Every (1922)
"The saggering Is the same as for burning glazed, hard porcelain. The glaze is composed of sand 25.52 or 35.15 parts, chalk 8.60 or 7.43 parts, Cornish stone ..."

3. Bulletin by Ohio Division of Geological Survey, Ohio State Geologist (1910)
"The potter, in saggering his ware, reduces and sometimes prevents the deposition of soot. Many clays contain minerals, especially iron pyrites, ..."

4. The Manufacture of Roofing Tiles by Wolsey Garnet Worcester, Edward Orton (1910)
"The potter, in saggering his ware, reduces and sometimes prevents the deposition of soot. Many clays contain minerals, especially iron pyrites, ..."

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