Definition of Sintery

1. Adjective. Like sinter. ¹



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Definition of Sintery

1. relating to coalesce under heat [adj]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Sintery

sinopulmonary
sinoscopy
sinoventricular conduction
sins
sinsemilla
sinsemillas
sinsring
sinsyne
sinter
sinterabilities
sinterability
sintered
sintering
sinters
sintery (current term)
sintir
sintirs
sinuate
sinuated
sinuately
sinuates
sinuating
sinuation
sinuations
sinuatrial
sinuatrial chamber
sinuatrial nodal artery
sinuatrial node
sinuitis

Literary usage of Sintery

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1. Bulletin by Geological Survey of Western Australia (1906)
"... in others again they are of a very sintery nature. Occasionally these bodies take the form of the typical compact banded hematite-bearing quartz lodes, ..."

2. Bulletin by Geological Survey of Western Australia (1906)
"... in others again they are of a very sintery nature. Occasionally these bodies take the form of the typical compact banded hematite-bearing quartz lodes, ..."

3. Bulletin by Geological Survey of Western Australia (1917)
"The sulphides thus introduced contained gold and have since been oxidised and leached away, leaving in places an almost pure sintery quartz and the gold in ..."

4. Final Report by New Jersey Geological Survey (1910)
"In the same pits are found large masses of sintery quartz rock showing honeycomb or cellular structure. This rock contains flakes of mica and of graphite, ..."

5. Annual Report of the Geological Commission by George Steuart Corstorphine, Arthur William Rogers (1906)
"There is a good deal of black and brown sintery deposit from the spring water, with blood red or brilliant yellow patches in it. ..."

6. Report of the Geological Survey of Arkansas by Arkansas State Geologist, Geological Survey of Arkansas, John Casper Branner (1888)
"Siliceous, sintery and vesicular, somewhat like a conglomerate. ... The sintery walls cf the iron ore bed were not apparent at the west end of East Mountain ..."

7. Australian Mining and Metalurgy by Donald Clark (1904)
"Looking at the mine one sees the ironstone crust on top, the sintery white mass below, and the unaltered material below this. Judging from other deposits, ..."

8. Bulletin by Harvard University Museum of Comparative Zoology (1908)
"ragged wizened surface like much of the limestone in the arid country, was thinly mantled with a gray sintery incrustation, while white Bonneville silts ..."

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