Definition of Methylator

1. [n -S]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Methylator

methylamphetamine hydrochloride
methylamphetamines
methylarginine
methylase
methylases
methylaspartate mutase
methylatable
methylate
methylated
methylated spirit
methylated spirits
methylates
methylating
methylation
methylations
methylator (current term)
methylators
methylatropine bromide
methylazoxymethanol acetate
methylbenzene
methylbenzethonium chloride
methylbenzodioxepinone
methylcellulose
methylcelluloses
methylchloroform
methylchloroisothiazolinone
methylchlorophenoxypropionic acid
methylcholanthrene
methylcitrate
methylcitrate synthase

Literary usage of Methylator

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1. The Law Journal Reports: New Series (1880)
"An authorized methylator must not supply methylated spirits except in vessels containing not less than five gallons. (2.) Each vessel must be distinctly ..."

2. Monopoly and Competition: A Study in English Industrial Organisation by Hermann Levy (1911)
"The methylator will have to compete as usual, but he will not have to compete with a rival who has bought his spirit at less money. ..."

3. The Chemical News and Journal of Industrial Science (1892)
"... time of a methylator, not a retailer.—We are, &c., A. and J. WARREN, Licensed Makers of Methylated Spirit and Finish. ..."

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