Definition of Resmelt

1. Verb. (metallurgy) To smelt again; to smelt a second time. ¹



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Definition of Resmelt

1. smelt [v -ED, -ING, -S] - See also: smelt

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Resmelt

reskilling
reskills
reskin
reskinned
reskinning
reskins
reskue
reskued
reskues
reskuing
reslate
reslated
reslates
reslating
reslizumab
resmelt (current term)
resmelted
resmelting
resmelts
resmethrin
resmooth
resmoothed
resmoothing
resmooths
resmudge
resoak
resoaked
resoaking
resoaks
resocialization

Literary usage of Resmelt

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1. Pausanias's Description of Greece by Pausanias, James George Frazer (1898)
"... the mines were thought to be almost exhausted, and the miners were reduced to extract silver from the old slag by resmelt- ing (Strabo, ix. p. 399). ..."

2. Chemical Abstracts by American Chemical Society (1916)
"It was found impossible to resmelt the residues (mixt, of chromite sand, slag, mat, and "bottoms") in a reverberatory matting furnace ..."

3. A History of the United States Since the Civil War by Ellis Paxson Oberholtzer (1917)
"Another would resmelt the metal to make nails and cannon. (NY Tribune, May 6, 1865.) It could be said chivalrously at this period ..."

4. A History of the United States Since the Civil War by Ellis Paxson Oberholtzer (1917)
"Another would resmelt the metal to make nails and cannon. (NY Tribune, May 6, 1865.) It could be said chivalrously at this period in the history of female ..."

5. The Industrial and Commercial Revolutions in Great Britain During the by Lilian Charlotte Anne Knowles (1921)
"When once the iron was made into a cohesive form known as pig iron charcoal had to be used again to resmelt it to make it into the form in which it would be ..."

6. The Industrial and Commercial Revolutions in Great Britain During the by Lilian Charlotte Anne Knowles (1922)
"... to be used again to resmelt it to make it into the form in which it would be used. The iron industry for the first half of the eighteenth century was in ..."

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