Definition of Mudcap

1. to cover an explosive with mud before detonating [v -CAPPED, -CAPPING, -CAPS]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Mudcap

mud water
mud wrestler
mud wrestlers
mud wrestling
mudang
mudangs
mudar
mudarin
mudbank
mudbanks
mudbath
mudbaths
mudbrick
mudbug
mudbugs
mudcap (current term)
mudcapped
mudcapping
mudcaps
mudcat
mudcats
mudded
mudder
mudders
muddied
muddier
muddies
muddiest
muddily

Literary usage of Mudcap

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

1. Pamphlets on Agricultural Explosives (1911)
"Breaking average sandstone boulders by blasting by the mudcap method on some jobs has cost fifteen to twenty cents per cubic yard. ..."

2. Blasters’ Handbook by E.I. du Pont de Nemours & Company (1918)
"Frequently a combination of a mudcap or even several ... Correctly Placed mudcap. The mud covering should be several inches thick ..."

3. Farmers' Hand Book of Explosives: Instructions in the Use of Explosives for by Explosives Dept, E.I. du Pont de Nemours & Company (1922)
"Sometimes in the case of large boulders a mudcap is used on the top of a boulder in connection with a ..."

4. Water Quality Indicators Guide: Surface Waters by Charles R. Terrell (1993)
"mudcap. A thick deposit of mud or fine sediment lying over permeable materials. Mud plastering. Mud deposited by force of water against the sides of a ..."

5. Rock Excavation: Methods and Cost by Halbert Powers Gillette (1904)
"To illustrate how expensive it is to mudcap, one more example will serve. In a cut (approach to a tunnel) 1054 cu. yds. of solid sandstone were excavated, ..."

6. Handbook of Rock Excavation, Methods and Cost by Halbert Powers Gillette (1916)
"To illustrate how expensive it is to mudcap, one more example will serve. In a cut (approach to a tunnel) 1054 cu. yd. of solid sandstone were excavated, ..."

7. Pamphlets on Agricultural Explosives (1911)
"Breaking average sandstone boulders by blasting by the mudcap method on some jobs has cost fifteen to twenty cents per cubic yard. ..."

8. Blasters’ Handbook by E.I. du Pont de Nemours & Company (1918)
"Frequently a combination of a mudcap or even several ... Correctly Placed mudcap. The mud covering should be several inches thick ..."

9. Farmers' Hand Book of Explosives: Instructions in the Use of Explosives for by Explosives Dept, E.I. du Pont de Nemours & Company (1922)
"Sometimes in the case of large boulders a mudcap is used on the top of a boulder in connection with a ..."

10. Water Quality Indicators Guide: Surface Waters by Charles R. Terrell (1993)
"mudcap. A thick deposit of mud or fine sediment lying over permeable materials. Mud plastering. Mud deposited by force of water against the sides of a ..."

11. Rock Excavation: Methods and Cost by Halbert Powers Gillette (1904)
"To illustrate how expensive it is to mudcap, one more example will serve. In a cut (approach to a tunnel) 1054 cu. yds. of solid sandstone were excavated, ..."

12. Handbook of Rock Excavation, Methods and Cost by Halbert Powers Gillette (1916)
"To illustrate how expensive it is to mudcap, one more example will serve. In a cut (approach to a tunnel) 1054 cu. yd. of solid sandstone were excavated, ..."

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