Definition of Pyrotechnists

1. Noun. (plural of pyrotechnist) ¹



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Definition of Pyrotechnists

1. pyrotechnist [n] - See also: pyrotechnist

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Pyrotechnists

pyrosulphate
pyrosulphates
pyrosulphite
pyrosulphuric
pyrosulphuric acid
pyrotartaric
pyrotartrate
pyrotartrates
pyrotechnic
pyrotechnical
pyrotechnically
pyrotechnician
pyrotechnicians
pyrotechnics
pyrotechnist
pyrotechnists (current term)
pyrotechny
pyrotherapy
pyrothere
pyrotheres
pyrothonide
pyrotic
pyrotics
pyrotoxin
pyrotoxins
pyrotritartaric acid
pyrotungstic
pyrouric
pyrovalerone
pyrovanadic

Literary usage of Pyrotechnists

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1. Our Wonderful Progress: The World's Triumphant Knowledge and Works : a Vast by Trumbull White (1902)
"... ahead of European pyrotechnists, although the largest firm dealing in such products is an English concern. Even the Chinese have fallen behind in the ..."

2. The United Service (1904)
"In particular, authority is conferred upon: (a) For ordnance sergeant-majors, laboratory sergeants and pyrotechnists who are seeking advancement to the ..."

3. The elements of materia medica and therapeutics by Jonathan Pereira (1842)
"Realgar is not used in medicine, but is employed by pyrotechnists, and as a pigment. ... Orpiment is used by pyrotechnists, and as a pigment. ORDER'XVIII. ..."

4. Commercial Goodwill: Its History, Value, and Treatment in Accounts by Percy Dewe Leake (1921)
"Pain, 28 RPC 697, CA (1912), the plaintiffs, a firm of pyrotechnists, and their pre- mark decessors in business had for nearly fifty years—namely, ..."

5. National Celebration of Union Victories: Grand Military and Civic Procession (1865)
"The able pyrotechnists to. whom this portion of the arrangements were entrusted left ... The names of the pyrotechnists were enough to insure an immense ..."

6. The Life of Saladin by Claude Reignier Conder (1897)
"charged the infidels, who, seeing their camp invaded, did not think of guarding and protecting their mangonels, and the pyrotechnists were therefore enabled ..."

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