Definition of Increasers

1. Noun. (plural of increaser) ¹



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Definition of Increasers

1. increaser [n] - See also: increaser

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Increasers

increasable
increase
increased
increased markings emphysema
increased skull thickness
increaseful
increaser
increasers (current term)
increases
increasest
increaseth
increasing
increasing function
increasing functions
increasing monotonic
increasingly
increate
incredibilities
incredibility
incredible
incredibleness
incredibly

Literary usage of Increasers

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1. Locomotive Operation: A Technical and Practical Analysis by George R. Henderson (1904)
"TRACTION increasers. When desirable to use cylinders of such size that the engine would be ordinarily ..."

2. Toxics Release Inventory (1992): Public Data Release by DIANE Publishing Company (1996)
"1992 TRI Top increasers in Air/Water/Land Releases Table 3-3 lists the top 50 TRI facilities with the greatest reported increases in air/water/land releases ..."

3. Transactions by American Society of Mechanical Engineers (1916)
"The area included between the last two curves named gives the total horsepower-days or kw-hr. which fall increasers would produce annually forever on that ..."

4. Biennial Report by South Dakota, California State Board of Horticulture, State Athletic Commission (1890)
"The nitrogen increasers (pease, vetches, lupines, clovers, etc.) are plants which increase the nitrogen content of the soil, and therefore the circulating ..."

5. Purification of the Washington Water Supply. by James McMillan (1903)
"Special increasers. 263. Pipt.—Thi' vitrified pipe shall conform to the ... Special increasers.—The special increasers may be made of vitrified pipe or of ..."

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