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Definition of Colorizer
1. [n -S]
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Literary usage of Colorizer
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The World's Minerals by Leonard James Spencer, William David Hamman (1916)
"The oxide of manganese is used in the manufacture of chlorine, bromine, and oxygen and as a dryer in paints and varnishes as well as a de-colorizer of glass ..."
2. Workshop receipts by Robert Haldane (1883)
"... quite unfit for use; if it be raised too high, t hi: bone-black will become dense and compact, whereby its efficacy fis a de- colorizer is much reduced. ..."
3. An Introduction to Science by Bertha May Clark (1915)
"... as in the case of the sewage, or a de- colorizer, as in the case of the refineries, or as an agent in purifying drinking water. ..."
4. Elements of Glass and Glass Making by Benjamin Franklin Biser, Julius Arnold Koch (1899)
"Smalt is an enamel, or glass colored with cobalt and powdered, and is generally used in connection with manganese, as a de- colorizer. ..."
5. Ten Years in Wall Street: Or, Revelations of Inside Life and Experience on by William Worthington Fowler (1870)
"It was death to vermin, a capital disinfectant, and a gorgeous colorizer. As boot grease, and as hair oil, it was unequaled. The most delicious perfumes ..."
6. Principles of Chemistry, Founded on Modern Theories by Alfred Naquet, Thomas Stevenson, William Cortis (1868)
"On the other hand, it is a much better de- colorizer, and is therefore much used, and of great importance in manufactories and sugar refineries. ..."