Definition of Slacked

1. Verb. (past of slack) ¹



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Definition of Slacked

1. slack [v] - See also: slack

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Slacked

slabby
slablike
slabs
slack
slack-jawed
slack off
slack suit
slack tide
slack tub
slack up
slack water
slackard
slackards
slackcom
slackcoms
slacked (current term)
slacken
slacken off
slackened
slackener
slackeners
slackening
slackens
slacker
slackerdom
slackerish
slackerly
slackers
slackest
slacking

Literary usage of Slacked

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1. The Saturday Magazine (1835)
"Lime is slacked by sprinkling it with water; and its powder, placed on alternate layers of fern, is repeatedly burned, and one per cent, of she-kao is added ..."

2. The Chemical News and Journal of Industrial Science (1864)
"The truth is, that not a particle of slacked lime is used in the process of M. ... M. Fleury has long been conscious that slacked lime has no property of ..."

3. Larcher's Notes on Herodotus: Historical and Critical Comments on the by Pierre-Henri Larcher (1844)
"His meaning must be, either that the male camels were turned loose ; or else that the cords by which they were fastened to the females were slacked off in ..."

4. The Encyclopædic Dictionary of Photography: Containing Over 2,000 References by Walter E. Woodbury (1896)
"Silica, in the shape of fine sand, is heated with carbonate of potash, or soda and slacked lime, or oxide of lead. At a high temperature, ..."

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