Definition of Scums

1. Noun. (plural of scum) ¹



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Definition of Scums

1. scum [v] - See also: scum

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Scums

scumbucket
scumbuckets
scumfish
scumless
scumlike
scummed
scummers
scummier
scummiest
scummily
scumminess
scumming
scummings
scummy
scums (current term)
scumsucker
scumsuckers
scumsucking
scumware
scuncheon
scuncheons
scundered
scunge
scunged
scunges
scungier
scungiest
scungilli
scungillis

Literary usage of Scums

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1. Handbook of Metallurgy by Carl Schnabel (1898)
"Even with scums rich in lead the resulting slags cannot be rejected as ... CUPELLATION OF THE RICH scums The separation of zinc from the rich scums by an ..."

2. Handbook of Metallurgy by Carl Schnabel (1905)
"Even with scums rich in lead the resulting slags cannot be rejected as ... CUPELLATION OF THE RICH scums The separation of zinc from the rich scums by an ..."

3. A Manual of Sugar Analysis: Including the Applications in General of by J. H. Tucker (1881)
"The other estimations may be made as in the case of refinery scums. ... The estimation of the cane-sugar may be made similarly to that of refinery scums, ..."

4. A Manual of Sugar Analysis: Including the Applications in General of by J. H. Tucker (1881)
"The other estimations may be made as in the case of refinery scums. ... The estimation of the cane-sugar may be made similarly to that of refinery scums, ..."

5. Beet-sugar Manufacture by Hermann Claassen (1910)
"The pressure at which the pumps should operate depends upon the size of the filtering-surface in the presses and the nature of the scums. ..."

6. A Manual of Sugar Analysis, Including the Applications in General of by J. H. Tucker (1883)
"The other estimations may be made as in the case of refinery scums. ... The estimation of the cane-sugar may be made similarly to that of refinery scums, ..."

7. Beet-sugar Manufacture and Refining by Lewis Sharpe Ware (1905)
"Each carbonatation tank gives scums of a different composition and color, ... Aspect of the scums.—All facts considered there is no bettor way to judge ..."

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