Definition of Bonemeal

1. Noun. Fertilizer made of ground bones.




Definition of Bonemeal

1. Noun. (alternative spelling of bone meal) ¹

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Definition of Bonemeal

1. fertilizer or feed made from crushed bone [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Bonemeal

bonefishings
bonehead
boneheaded
boneheadedness
boneheads
bonehouse
bonehouses
boneless
boneless lean beef trimmings
bonelessly
bonelessness
bonelet
bonelike
bonemarrow
bonemarrows
bonemeal (current term)
bonemeals
boneration
boners
bones
bones of contention
bones of digits
bones of inferior limb
bones of lower limb
bones of skull
bones of superior limb
bones of upper extremity
bones of upper limb
bones of visceral cranium

Literary usage of Bonemeal

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1. The Modern Factory: Safety, Sanitation and Welfare by George Moses Price (1914)
"The lungs, bonemeal. Horsehair. when inhalation is through nasal passages, get about 38 per cent of the dust. When inhalation is not through the nose, ..."

2. Commercial Rose Culture Under Glass and Outdoors: A Practical Guide to by Eber Holmes (1919)
"bonemeal Is A GOOD FERTILIZER bonemeal is used principally as a top-dressing and ... bonemeal at forty dollars or less per ton is not an expensive article, ..."

3. Proceedings of the Society of American Foresters by Society of American Foresters (1908)
"A quantity of fine-ground bonemeal, acid phosphate, and muriate of ... I. Fine ground bonemeal... 4 parts Acid phosphate I part Muriate potash I part No. 2. ..."

4. Bulletin by Wisconsin Geological and Natural History Survey (1911)
"To supply the phosphorus* needed the ground rock phosphate is preferable, although ground bonemeal also gives good satisfaction where tried. ..."

5. Annual Report of the Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture by Pennsylvania Dept. of Agriculture (1914)
"The first thing that started me feeding bonemeal, I noticed one winter that ... I sent for a small amount of bonemeal and put it in a little box in the pan ..."

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