Definition of Solidifications

1. Noun. (plural of solidification) ¹



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Definition of Solidifications

1. solidification [n] - See also: solidification

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Solidifications

solidarisms
solidarist
solidaristic
solidarists
solidarities
solidarity
solidary
solidate
solidated
solidates
solider
solidest
solidi
solidifiable
solidification
solidifications (current term)
solidified
solidifier
solidifiers
solidifies
solidify
solidifying
solidish
solidism
solidisms
solidist
solidistic
solidists
solidities
solidity

Literary usage of Solidifications

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1. A Practical Treatise on Medical Diagnosis for Students and Physicians by John Herr Musser (1913)
"Large bubbling rales heard during both inspiration and expiration. °o°d = Large and small bubbling rales. •;• = Crepitant rales heard over solidifications. ..."

2. The Metallography of Steel and Cast Iron by Henry Marion Howe (1916)
"It has all the characteristics of the solidifications with which we are familiar, such as those of ice, glass, most metals, and fused salts, ..."

3. The Metallography of Steel and Cast Iron by Henry Marion Howe (1916)
"It has all the characteristics of the solidifications with which we are familiar, such as those of ice, glass, most metals, and fused salts, ..."

4. Monographic Medicine by Albion Walter Hewlett, Henry Leopold Elsner (1916)
"The solidifications of the lung over which pathological bronchial breathing becomes audible include: (1) infiltrations (due to pneumonia, tuberculosis, ..."

5. The Wonders of the Heavens by Camille Flammarion, Winifred James Lockyer (1871)
"Other savants, sharing the same ideas on the physical constitution of the Sun, threw out the idea that spots were not clouds, but partial solidifications of ..."

6. American Journal of Syphilography and Dermatology edited by [Anonymus AC02837004] (1872)
"Both lobules of right lung have more breathing space than left, but contain extensive lobular solidifications of same character as those above described. ..."

7. The Chicago Medical Journal (1873)
"While syphilis was running in her system a rapid and malignant course she was attacked by capillary bronchitis which led to lobular solidifications in the ..."

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