Definition of Cements

1. Noun. (plural of cement) ¹



¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Cements

1. cement [v] - See also: cement

Lexicographical Neighbors of Cements

cementite
cementites
cementitious
cementless
cementlike
cementoblast
cementoblastoma
cementoclasia
cementoclast
cementocyte
cementodentinal
cementodentinal junction
cementoenamel junction
cementogenesis
cementoma
cements (current term)
cementum
cementum hyperplasia
cementums
cemetary
cemeterial
cemeteries
cemetery
cemeterylike
cemitare
cemitares
cen-
cenacle
cenacles
cenancestor

Literary usage of Cements

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

1. Bulletin by Ohio State Geologist, Ohio Division of Geological Survey (1904)
"cements, as we know them today—meaning either natural or Portland ... cements in England.—The first cements manufactured in modern times were made in ..."

2. Standard Methods of Chemical Analysis: A Manual of Analytical Methods and by Wilfred Welday Scott (1922)
"Bituminous paints, cements, varnishes, enamels and japans are all ... Depending upon whether or not the bituminous paints and cements contain a pigment or ..."

3. Materials of Construction: Their Manufacture and Properties by Adelbert Philo Mills, Harrison Washburn Hayward (1922)
"Thus were produced the cements extensively used by the Romans and other ancient peoples in the construction of many engineering structures ..."

4. Dental Formulary: A Practical Guide for the Preparation of Chemical and by Hermann Prinz (1911)
"Dental cements may, according to their chemical nature, be divided into: Oxy-phosphate of zinc cements, Oxy-chloride of zinc cements, • Oxy-sulphate of ..."

5. American Highway Engineers' Handbook by Arthur Horace Blanchard (1919)
"Bituminous cements The bituminous cements which have been used successfully in the construction of bituminous concrete pavements include asphalt, ..."

6. Report of the Annual Meeting (1892)
"The peculiarities appertaining to quick- and slow-setting cements is exhaustively considered, and, after defining the ordinary behaviour of cements when ..."

7. Economic Geology: With Special Reference to the United States by Heinrich Ries (1910)
"Hydraulic cements. — With an increase in clayey and siliceous impurities, ... Products of this type are termed cements, and owe their hydraulic properties ..."

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