Definition of Gasolines

1. Noun. (plural of gasoline) ¹



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Definition of Gasolines

1. gasoline [n] - See also: gasoline

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Gasolines

gasolene
gasolenes
gasolier
gasoliers
gasoline
gasoline bomb
gasoline engine
gasoline gage
gasoline gauge
gasoline mileage
gasoline pump
gasoline station
gasoline tank
gasoline tax
gasolinelike
gasolines (current term)
gasolinic
gasometer
gasometers
gasometre
gasometres
gasometric
gasometrical
gasometry
gasoor
gasoscope
gasoscopes
gasotransmitter
gasotransmitters
gasp

Literary usage of Gasolines

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1. Handbook of Casinghead Gas by Henry Palmer Westcott (1922)
""Straight" refinery gasolines are generally characterized by a low content ... Blended Casinghead gasolines—"Straight" casinghead gasoline is too volatile ..."

2. Internal-combustion Engines: Their Principles and Applications to Automobile by Wallace Ludwig Lind (1920)
"All gasolines are derived from crude petroleum, which is widely distributed in different countries of the world. The characteristics of crude oils obtained ..."

3. American Lubricants from the Standpoint of the Consumer by Luther Bynum Lockhart (1920)
"SOME ANALYSES OF gasolines. Sold During 1915 (Tables from Bureau of Mines Tech. Paper No. 163, pp. 17-18.) Results of tests showing volatility ranges of ..."

4. Automotive Repair: Instruction Manual of Repair Jobs by John Calvin Wright (1921)
"Very volatile gasolines are recovered from the gases coming from crude oil and other stills. The well-known brands of gasoline now on the market are mostly ..."

5. Gasoline and Other Motor Fuels by Carleton Ellis, Joseph V. Meigs (1921)
"The experimental determination of the vapor pressure of gasolines has been found to yield widely discordant results, because the nonhomogeneity of the ..."

6. Natural Gas Industry (1922)
""All gasolines should be free from acid, and products which may decompose and ... This has been found to be very close to 20000 BTU Many gasolines examined ..."

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