Definition of Igniting

1. Verb. (present participle of ignite) ¹



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Definition of Igniting

1. ignite [v] - See also: ignite

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Igniting

ignipotence
ignipotent
ignipuncture
ignipunctures
ignis fatuus
ignitabilities
ignitability
ignitable
ignite
ignited
igniter
igniters
ignites
ignitibility
ignitible
igniting (current term)
ignition
ignition coil
ignition key
ignition lock
ignition switch
ignition system
ignition temperature
ignition temperatures
ignitions
ignitor
ignitors
ignitron
ignitrons
ignivomous

Literary usage of Igniting

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1. Quantitative Chemical Analysis by C. Remigius Fresenius (1903)
"and subsequently igniting, the product being presumably pyrophos- ... Until this is done the employment of this method of igniting is not to be recommended. ..."

2. Locomotive Engine Running and Management: A Treatise on Locomotive Engines by Angus Sinclair (1890)
"igniting TEMPERATURE OF THE FIRE. The igniting temperature of the fire ... The point of heat at which it begins to burn is called the igniting temperature. ..."

3. The Gas and Oil Engine by Dugald Clerk (1907)
"igniting ARRANGEMENTS. HOWEVER perfect the theoretic cycle of an engine, or however admirable is its construction, in the absence of a good igniting valve ..."

4. The Gas and Oil Engine by Dugald Clerk (1907)
"igniting ARRANGEMENTS. HOWEVER perfect the theoretic cycle of an engine, or however admirable is its construction, in the absence of a good ..."

5. Ordnance and Gunnery: A Text-book Prepared for the Cadets of the United by Ormond Mitchell Lissak (1907)
"213. but by the point of a plunger forced inward by the blow. igniting Primers.—The igniting primers are for use in cartridge cases for ..."

6. The Gas, Petrol, and Oil Engine by Dugald Clerk, George Arthur Burls (1916)
"CHAPTER III igniting ARRANGEMENTS OF GAS, PETROL, AND OIL ENGINES SECTION I ... in the absence of an effective igniting device all the skill and energy ..."

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