Definition of Siamesing

1. siamese [v] - See also: siamese



Lexicographical Neighbors of Siamesing

sialosyls
sialoyl
sialoyls
sials
sialyl
sialylated
sialylation
sialylations
sialylparagloboside N-acetylgalactosaminyltransferase
sialyltransferase
sialyltransferases
siamang
siamangs
siamesed
siameses
siamesing (current term)
siameze
siamezed
siamezes
siamezing
siamyl
sib
sibb
sibbens
sibberidge
sibbs
siberian
sibilance
sibilances
sibilancies

Literary usage of Siamesing

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

1. Rider's Little Engineer: A Pocket-book of Engineering and Other Data by Joseph Benjamin Rider (1901)
"siamesing. Six lengths, 300 ft. of hose, will absorb about 50 per :e"t. of the working pressure at the hydrant ; this loss •an be reduced to a practical ..."

2. Cyclopedia of Fire Prevention and Insurance: A General Reference Work on (1912)
"siamesing Hose. When a water supply is being investigated for fire purposes the indication of a ... Pressure head may be saved by siamesing hose, that is, ..."

3. Transactions of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers by American Society of Mechanical Engineers (1920)
"The use of 3-in. hose will accomplish this result in the most economical manner and practically the same results can be accomplished by siamesing 2j-in. ..."

4. The Gasoline Automobile: Its Design and Construction by Peter Martin Heldt (1916)
"The two inner valves in an L-head motor are practically always the inlet valves, because, as already stated, siamesing is more advantageous in the case of ..."

5. The Gasoline Automobile: Its Design and Construction by Peter Martin Heldt (1916)
"... and there is only a single outlet for the two valve chambers and only a single connection. There is some objection to siamesing the ..."

6. The Gasoline Automobile by Peter Martin Heldt (1912)
"The two inner valves in an L-head motor are practically always the inlet valves, because, as already stated, siamesing is more advantageous in the case of ..."

7. Anthropological Essays Presented to Edward Burnett Tylor in Honour of His by Barbara W. Freire- Marreco (1907)
"... (ie siamesing-Malays) in the district, and it is to their influence that I am inclined to attribute these fire-utensils.' Again he writes, ' I have a ..."

8. Anthropological Essays Presented to Edward Burnett Tylor in Honour of His by Barbara W. Freire- Marreco (1907)
"... think that they are borrowed from the Siamese (or siamesing-Malays), who appear to use them much more than the Malays do. ..."

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