Definition of Dryings
1. drying [n] - See also: drying
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Dryings
Literary usage of Dryings
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Journal of the American Chemical Society by American Chemical Society (1902)
"Duration of first and second dryings twenty-one hours each. In 9 the mass was ground to powder ... Total duration of dryings and evaporation* twenty hours. ..."
2. Experimental Researches Concerning the Philosophy of Permanent Colours: And by Edward Bancroft (1814)
"By these macerations, and subsequent dryings, and without the mention of any aluminous or other basis, the cotton is said to be prepared for the dyeing ..."
3. Life in the South from the Commencement of the War: Being a Social History by Catherine Cooper Hopley (1863)
"... dippings, dryings again, rollings, and pressings of the popular weed. In one very large room there were 120 negroes at work upon the various stages of ..."
4. The Chinese Recorder and Missionary Journal (1872)
"They arc then , Picking is also performed between shaken, and tossed about for -юте • the different dryings. "Women and time, and then fel'v in heaps ..."
5. Life in the South: From the Commencement of the War by Hopley, Catherine Cooper (1863)
"Castleton and myself over it, to see the negroes at work. The manufacture of tobacco is too well known to detain the reader by a detail of the dryings, ..."
6. Legislative Document by New York (State). Legislature (1920)
"Comparing the cumulative effect of thirty-two dryings with the effect of one drying, it is to be seen that the difference is significant with the two ..."