Definition of Exhauster

1. n. One who, or that which, exhausts or draws out.

Definition of Exhauster

1. Noun. (obsolete) exhaust, exhaust pipe ¹

2. Noun. one who exhausts or depletes ¹

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Definition of Exhauster

1. [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Exhauster

exhaust fan
exhaust fumes
exhaust hood
exhaust manifold
exhaust pipe
exhaust pipes
exhaust purifier
exhaust system
exhaust valve
exhauster (current term)
exhaustion atrophy
exhaustion psychosis

Literary usage of Exhauster

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1. Modern Coking Practice: Including the Analysis of Materials and Products : a by Thomas Henry Byrom, John Edward Christopher (1910)
"78 shows a three-bladed exhauster. Owing to the greater number of blades, this type causes less oscillation of the water gauges, where the exhauster has to ..."

2. Mechanical Draft: A Practical Treatise by Sturtevant, B.F., Co (1898)
"Plate exhauster. — As already stated, the distinguishing feature of an exhauster is the ... The standard form of steel.plate exhauster is shown in Fig. 22. ..."

3. Handbook for Gas Engineers and Managers by Thomas Newbigging (1904)
"Crude creosote oil is the best lubricant for the cylinder and slides of an exhauster when the surfaces become "pitched" with tar. FIG. 62. ..."

4. A Dictionary of Applied Chemistry by Thomas Edward Thorpe (1921)
"Б, exhauster. C, Condensers or coolers. F, Scrubber. PLANT, OLD METHOD. J Tar pump to store. waste gases. ..."

5. A Dictionary of Applied Chemistry by Thomas Edward Thorpe (1912)
"From the condensers, the gases pass into the exhauster or aspirator, which then delivers them at a pressure into a tar-fog extractor. ..."

6. Practical Tunnelling by Frederick Walter Simms, Daniel Kinnear Clark (1896)
"The bell- exhauster at each end consists of two systems of bells, connected by an ... The exhauster is driven by a double-action water-column apparatus, ..."

7. Gas Works: Their Construction and Arrangement, and the Manufacture and by Samuel Hughes, William Richards (1885)
"Object—Various kinds of exhausters—Beale's exhauster— Gwynne's exhauster—Effects of excessive Exhaustion. already observed, when gas is submitted to a heavy ..."

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