Definition of Encrustations

1. Noun. (plural of encrustation) ¹



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Definition of Encrustations

1. encrustation [n] - See also: encrustation

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Encrustations

encrinus
encrisped
encroach
encroach upon
encroached
encroacher
encroachers
encroaches
encroaching
encroaching(a)
encroachingly
encroachment
encroachments
encrust
encrustation
encrustations (current term)
encrusted
encrusting
encrustment
encrustments
encrusts
encrypt
encrypted
encrypter
encrypters
encrypting
encryption
encryptions
encryptor
encryptors

Literary usage of Encrustations

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1. Bulletin by Kentucky Geological Survey (1907)
"encrustations and Inclusions Calcite, barite, quartz, and smithsonite in crystals or mam- mallary form, are commonly found encrusting fluorite crystals; ..."

2. Mineralogy: An Introduction to the Scientific Study of Minerals by Henry Alexander Miers (1902)
"TABLE E encrustations on Charcoal 1. White, distant from the assay, readily volatilised ... encrustations ..."

3. Aids in Practical Geology by Grenville Arthur James Cole (1902)
"encrustations. A small hole is cut with a knife-point in the charcoal, ... Such encrustations are mostly due to oxides, and themselves disappear or shift on ..."

4. Wood Products: Distillates and Extracts by Paul Dumesny, J. Noyer (1908)
"It must be well realised that the encrustations on the inside of the tubes considerably diminish the turnout of the apparatus, and that it is very desirable ..."

5. Wood products: Distillates and Extracts by Paul Dumesny, J. Noyer (1908)
"It must be well realised that the encrustations on the inside of the tubes considerably diminish the turnout of the apparatus, and that it is very desirable ..."

6. The Technology of Sugar by John Geddes M'Intosh (1916)
"... in heat conductivity due to encrustations- —For reasons outside physics the conductibility of the metal tubes is continually varying due to encrustation ..."

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