Definition of Blowlamp

1. Noun. A burner that mixes air and gas to produce a very hot flame.

Exact synonyms: Blowtorch, Torch
Generic synonyms: Burner
Specialized synonyms: Oxyacetylene Torch
Derivative terms: Torch



Definition of Blowlamp

1. Noun. A burner that burns a fuel in air to produce a hot flame; a blowtorch ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Blowlamp

1. a portable lamp producing a jet of hot flame [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Blowlamp

blowies
blowiest
blowin'
blowiness
blowinesses
blowing
blowing agent
blowing away
blowing gas
blowing off steam
blowing one's load
blowing the whistle
blowing up
blowlamp (current term)
blowlamps
blown
blown-up
blown-up(a)
blown away
blown diffuser
blown diffusers
blown off steam
blown one's load
blown save
blown saves
blown the whistle
blown up
blown up(p)

Literary usage of Blowlamp

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1. Cassier's Magazine edited by [Anonymus AC02877163] (1907)
"A useful and apparently little known method of making a plumbed end without a blowlamp or metal pot is to "draw" the lead up from about 6 inches along the ..."

2. The Gas, Petrol, and Oil Engine by Dugald Clerk, George Arthur Burls (1913)
"closed by an easily removable door, the U-tube is heated by a blowlamp for starting the engine. This vaporiser, though satisfactory at full loads, ..."

3. Laboratory Arts: A Teacher's Handbook Dealing with Materials and Tools Used by George Henry Woollatt (1908)
"Powdered resin being sprinkled well over the joint, the flame from a blowpipe, or blowlamp, is allowed to play upon the joint until it is well warmed up, ..."

4. A Manual of practical instruction in the art of brass repoussé for amateurs by T. G. Gawthorp, W. E. Gawthorp (1907)
"Hold the plate with a pair of pliers over the lighted blowlamp or Bunsen burner, and so melt the pieces until they ..."

5. Aircraft and Automobile Materials of Construction by Arthur William Judge (1920)
"... such as brasses, lugs, and fittings, the parts themselves should be carefully heated in a suitable muffle, bunsen, or blowlamp flame. ..."

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