Definition of Scorious

1. a. Scoriaceous.



Definition of Scorious

1. relating to scoria [adj]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Scorious

scoriation
scoriations
scorie
scorification
scorified
scorifier
scorifiers
scorifies
scoriform
scorify
scorifying
scoring
scoring off
scoring system
scorings
scorious (current term)
scorn
scorned
scornee
scornees
scorner
scorners
scornest
scorneth
scornful
scornfully
scornfulness
scornfulnesses
scorning
scorningly

Literary usage of Scorious

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1. The Works of John Playfair ...: With a Memoir of the Author by John Playfair (1822)
"It is, however, scorious on the under surface as well as the upper. With the exception of the great current of Arso, which resembles the recent productions ..."

2. The History of the Iron, Steel, Tinplate and ... Other Trades of Wales: With by Charles Wilkins (1903)
"... and whose first slag, sinder, or scorious doth contain in it as much or more iron than in that day the workmen or bloomer got out, which slag, ..."

3. The Popular Science Monthly (1874)
"When every thing else that was condensable had turned to dust and ashes, and fallen to the earth, at last the waters reached the parched and scorious ..."

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