Definition of Ceramists

1. Noun. (plural of ceramist) ¹



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Definition of Ceramists

1. ceramist [n] - See also: ceramist

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Ceramists

ceramide
ceramide-activated protein kinase
ceramide-activated protein phosphatase
ceramide 1-phosphorylcholine
ceramide cholinephosphotransferase
ceramide dihexoside
ceramide glycanase
ceramide kinase
ceramide lactosidase
ceramide lactoside
ceramide lactoside lipidosis
ceramide saccharide
ceramide trihexosidase
ceramides
ceramist
ceramists (current term)
ceramo-metal casting
ceramology
cerargyrite
ceras
cerasin
cerasins
cerastium
cerata
cerate
cerated
cerates
ceratin
ceratins

Literary usage of Ceramists

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1. Transactions of the American Ceramic Society Containing the Papers and by American Ceramic Society (1911)
"melting, and to call attention to the grave errors into which ceramists may be led if they fail to make this distinction in applying the results of ..."

2. Scribners Monthly (1878)
"ceramists detest ceramists," is an ancient Greek proverb which found a wonderful confirmation in ..."

3. Transactions of the American Institute of Electrical Engineers by American Institute of Electrical Engineers (1917)
"However, I find well-informed ceramists rather uncertain about the permanence of fused silica as a material for insulators.. There are certain peculiar ..."

4. The Gentleman's Magazine (1860)
"WORKS OF THE ROMANO-GAULISH ceramists. THE fictile manufactures of the ancients are justly esteemed by the antiquary, the artist, and the amateur, ..."

5. The Life of Josiah Wedgwood: From His Private Correspondence and Family by Eliza Meteyard (1865)
"Like his contemporaries the Italian ceramists, his productions embraced every variety of form. The dishes to which he himself gave the title of ' pieces ..."

6. The Antique Greek Dance, After Sculptured and Painted Figures by Maurice Emmanuel (1916)
"In order to write of the dance in its earlier manner, and preserve accuracy, it is necessary to note carefully the work of these ceramists. ..."

7. Clays, Their Occurrence, Properties, and Uses: With Especial Reference to by Heinrich Reis (1908)
"There are some ceramists who profess to have little or no use for the chemical analysis, while other persons, not all ceramists, attempt to make all sorts ..."

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