Definition of Quenchers

1. Noun. (plural of quencher) ¹



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Definition of Quenchers

1. quencher [n] - See also: quencher

Lexicographical Neighbors of Quenchers

quemed
quemely
quemes
quemful
queming
quemly
quena
quenas
quench
quenchable
quenchant
quenchants
quenched
quenched steel
quencher
quenchers
quenches
quenchest
quencheth
quenching
quenchingly
quenchless
quencht
quenda
quenelle
quenelles
quenepa
quenepas
quenouille training
quenselite

Literary usage of Quenchers

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

1. The Green Horse in Ladysmith by St. John Gore (1901)
"From Mrs. James Heath. 2 cardigan jackets; 7 shirts; 8 sleeping caps; 4 pants; 6 pairs of socks; 12 handkerchiefs. From (?) Two cases " thirst-quenchers. ..."

2. True Food Values and Their Low Costs by William Spoford Birge (1916)
"CHAPTER XXIX A FEW SATISFYING DRINKS, THIRST- Quenchers GINGER CREAM Take a tumbler two-thirds full of ..."

3. Journal of the American Chemical Society by American Chemical Society (1879)
"In addition, the quenching constants for allyl formate with biacetyl as quencher are identical with those for olefins as quenchers (Table I), showing that ..."

4. Proceedings of the Annual Convention (1911)
"In a plant making 40000 brick per day it takes five more men to handle quenchers and grind lime, than to handle lime purchased already hydrated. ..."

5. Workshop on Advanced Nuclear Reactor Safety Issues and Research Needs: Paris by International Atomic Energy Agency, Commission of the European Communities, OECD Nuclear Energy Agency (2002)
"Test of quenchers and vent pipes The geometry of the quenchers (safety ... The quenchers and vent pipes will be tested in our own test facilities in ..."

6. The Writings of Charles Dickens by Charles Dickens, Gilbert Ashville Pierce (1894)
"The illusions are elating during the period that his modest quenchers stimulate his shallow brain into expression illogically quaint and unexpected; ..."

7. Charles Dickens: The Man and His Work by Edwin Percy Whipple, Arlo Bates (1912)
"The illusions are elating during the period that his modest quenchers stimulate his shallow brain into expression illogically quaint and unexpected ..."

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