Definition of Furnacing

1. Verb. (present participle of furnace) ¹



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Definition of Furnacing

1. furnace [v] - See also: furnace

Lexicographical Neighbors of Furnacing

furmenties
furmenty
furmeties
furmety
furmint
furmints
furmities
furmity
furnace
furnace lining
furnace room
furnaced
furnacelike
furnacemen's cataract
furnaces
furnacing (current term)
furniment
furniments
furnish
furnished
furnished with
furnisher
furnishers
furnishes
furnishing
furnishings
furnishment
furnishments
furnisht
furniture

Literary usage of Furnacing

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. A Survey of Industrial Health-hazards and Occupational Diseases in Ohio by Ohio State Board of Health, Emery Roe Hayhurst (1915)
"furnacing. In addition to the processes concerned in the boiler, ... Xone of these furnacing operations are on the scale of the large heating furnaces, ..."

2. Metallurgy of Copper by Heinrich Oscar Hofman (1914)
"The cost of treatment at present (including grinding, furnacing, leaching, precipitating with recovery of a portion of the gold, silver, and lead values), ..."

3. American Druggist (1888)
"Surely, "assay" to a chemist involves the idea of furnacing of some sort. Regarding this criticism, we would say that each branch of literature or science ..."

4. The Mineral Industry (1899)
"At a typical and well-arranged works the pumping,' crushing, furnacing and ... The principal difficulty with the furnacing is the high heat required, ..."

5. Practical Ship Production by Andrew Williams Carmichael (1919)
"79). The other flange, during this operation is secured fast to the bending slab by dogs. furnacing of Plates.—Certain plates of the shell plating are ..."

6. Practical Ship Production by Andrew Williams Carmichael (1919)
"79). The other flange, during this operation is secured fast to the bending slab by dogs. furnacing of Plates.—Certain plates of the shell plating are ..."

7. The Naval Constructor: A Vade Mecum of Ship Design for Students, Naval by George Simpson (1918)
"Such plates as require furnacing should be arranged as short as possible, the most difficult of these being the "hip" plate on the quarters, ..."

8. Forestry and Forest Products: Prize Essays of the Edinburgh International by Hugh Robert Mill, John Rattray (1885)
"The process of recovering the soda from spent alkaline liquors consists in boiling down until free from water, and subsequent furnacing to burn out organic ..."

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