Definition of Sooted

1. Adjective. Stained or marked with soot ¹



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Definition of Sooted

1. soot [v] - See also: soot

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Sooted

soooo
soop
sooped
sooping
soopings
soople
soopolallie
soopolallies
soops
soorma
soosoo
soot
soot black
soot wart
soote
sooted (current term)
sooterkin
sooterkins
sootes
sooth
soothe
soothed
soother
soothered
soothering
soothers
soothes
soothest
soothfast
soothful

Literary usage of Sooted

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1. Heat Transmission by Radiation, Conduction and Convection by Robert Royds (1921)
"93 shows the results obtained for the straight retarder 0 in the sooted condition, with air-inlet ... Similar data were obtained with the sooted ..."

2. Mineralogy and Chemistry by John Lawrence Smith (1873)
"It was first shown by Count Bumford that water does not wet a sooted surface, ... Three drops of water were placed in a sooted watch-glass; the spheroidal ..."

3. Original Researches in Mineralogy and Chemistry by John Lawrence Smith (1884)
"It was first shown by Count Rumford that water does not wet a sooted surface, ... Three drops of water were placed in a sooted watch-glass; the spheroidal ..."

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