Definition of Noncaking

1. Adjective. Not caking. ¹



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Definition of Noncaking

1. [adj]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Noncaking

nonbusy
nonbuyer
nonbuyers
nonbuying
nonbyte
noncabinet
noncable
noncached
noncaching
noncactus
noncadmium
noncaffeinated
noncaking (current term)
noncalcareous
noncalcic
noncalciferous
noncalcified
noncalcifying
noncalcium
noncalculable
noncalculus
noncalendrical
noncalibrated
noncall
noncallable
noncallable bond
noncalligraphic

Literary usage of Noncaking

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1. Bulletin by Geological Survey of Western Australia (1905)
"It cannot be used for making - eke, and is of 8nu.ll value for marine or locomotive engines. 5054-—noncaking Bituminous Coal, Collie. 1994. ..."

2. Elements of Heat-power Engineering by Clarence Floyd Hirshfeld, William Nichols Barnard (1915)
"(k) Bituminous coals are sometimes classified as caking and noncaking. The fragments of the former kind coalesce into cakes while burning, ..."

3. Elements of Heat-power Engineering by Clarence Floyd Hirshfeld (1915)
"(k) Bituminous coals are sometimes classified as caking and noncaking. The fragments of the former kind coalesce into cakes while burning, ..."

4. Steam Power Plants, Their Design and Construction by Henry Coddington Meyer (1912)
"The bituminous coals are divided into two classes, caking and noncaking. The Indiana, Illinois, and Missouri coals are of the caking variety, ..."

5. Oil and Gas Rights on the Public Domain and on Private Lands: Discovery and by Robert Stewart Morrison, Emilio Dominguez De Soto (1920)
"A massive, noncaking, tough, clean, block coal of fiue, even, compact grain, dull luster, commonly conchoidal cross fracture, having a typical low-fuel ..."

6. Mechanical Stokers: Including the Theory of Combustion of Coal by Joseph G. Worker, Thomas A. Peebles (1922)
"The high volatile bituminous coals both caking and noncaking, burn satisfactorily on overfeed stokers. The action of the grate surface is sufficient to keep ..."

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