Definition of Hardenings

1. Noun. (plural of hardening) ¹



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Definition of Hardenings

1. hardening [n] - See also: hardening

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Hardenings

hardel
hardels
harden
harden someone's heart
hardenabilities
hardenability
hardenable
hardened
hardened pelvis
hardener
hardeners
hardenest
hardeneth
hardening
hardening of the arteries
hardenings (current term)
hardens
harder
harder-won
harder put
harderian
harderian gland
harders
hardest
hardest-won
hardest put
hardface
hardfaces
hardfern
hardferns

Literary usage of Hardenings

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1. Life in Mind & Conduct: Studies of Organic in Human Nature by Henry Maudsley (1902)
"... of exclusive education— Adaptations to social medium—Organic hardenings of mental differences—Exemplification of nervous fashioning—Consolidated thought ..."

2. Steel and Its Heat Treatment by Denison Kingsley Bullens (1916)
"As a general rule, however, such changes are the more marked with repetitive hardenings, and with increased percentages of carbon. Changes in Length. ..."

3. Transactions of the International Engineering Congress, 1915 (1916)
"... hardenings.... 1.20 69 additional grindings 5.17 Total cost during life of tool 9.11 Salvage 1.07 Net cost _ $8.04 Butt-Welded Tool—% by 1% by 8V2 in. ..."

4. The Typology of Scripture: Viewed in Connection with the Whole Series of the by Patrick Fairbairn (1882)
"Both have to deal arbitrarily with the sacred text to make out their respective numbers (for example, Hengstenberg leaves out the three hardenings of God in ..."

5. The Typology of Scripture: Or The Doctrine of Types Investigated in Its by Patrick Fairbairn (1852)
"13 and 14, as ifthey spoke of two distinct hardenings,) and it is against the simplicity of Scripture narrative to draw from the mere form of its statements ..."

6. The Clinical Journal (1906)
"And a notable thing in many of these cases is, that more than one of these hardenings in the breast can be found, and in characteristic cases they are to be ..."

7. Arcana cœlestia: or Heavenly mysteries contained in the sacred Scriptures by Emanuel Swedenborg (1863)
"In the case of those who are reformed, such nuclei, which are hardenings, are broken and reduced to softness, and this by various means, in general by ..."

8. The Hardening and Tempering of Steel: In Theory and Practice by Fridolin Reiser (1903)
"It underwent a contraction on the first two hardenings, no change on the next, an expansion with each on the next three, and a contraction on the last ..."

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