Definition of Cerussites

1. Noun. (plural of cerussite) ¹



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Definition of Cerussites

1. cerussite [n] - See also: cerussite

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Cerussites

cerumenolytic
cerumenolytics
cerumens
ceruminal
ceruminolytic
ceruminoma
ceruminosis
ceruminous
ceruminous glands
ceruse
cerused
ceruses
cerusite
cerusites
cerussite
cerussites (current term)
cervantite
cerveau isole
cervelas
cervelases
cervelat
cervelats
cervelleite
cerveza
cervezas
cervical
cervical amputation
cervical anaesthesia
cervical anchorage
cervical aortic knuckle

Literary usage of Cerussites

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1. Proceedings of the Royal Society of Edinburgh by Royal Society of Edinburgh (1904)
"Scottish cerussites are usually colourless, or, at the most, of a pale cream-colour. ... Some cerussites are lead grey, ranging to sooty brown. ..."

2. The American Naturalist by American Society of Naturalists, Essex Institute (1894)
"Azurite with the habit of Chessy crystals and large cerussites prismatic in the direction of the ..."

3. A Popular Guide to Minerals by Louis Pope Gratacap (1912)
"... and a long retinue of twinned examples of great value. Among American cerussites none exceed in beauty No. 8619 from Yuma Co. Arizona. ..."

4. Bulletin of the University of Wisconsin. by University of Wisconsin (1896)
"The best cerussites which I have examined from Mineral Point are found, ... The large gray cerussites which come from Galena and Mineral Point, ..."

5. Publications by Tasmania Dept. of Mines (1881)
"... associated with chlorides of silver and also of " cerussites " (carbonates of lead), the last of which I discovered in very fine needle-like crystals. ..."

6. Report of the State Geologist of the State of Colorado 1881-82 by Colorado Office of State Geologist, Colorado, Office of State Geologist (1883)
"5. Specimens showing stages of decomposition from sulphide to carbonate. 6. Crystalized cerussites and pseudomorphs. 7. Resin carbonate. 8. ..."

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