Definition of Seggar

1. n. A case or holder made of fire clay, in which fine pottery is inclosed while baking in the kin.



Definition of Seggar

1. a saggar [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Seggar

seewing
sefirot
seg
segar
segars
segawa's dystonia
segelerite
segement
segemented
segements
segetal
segfault
segfaulted
segfaulting
segfaults
seggar (current term)
seggars
segge
seghol
seghols
segment
segment long spacing
segment polarity gene
segmenta
segmenta hepatis
segmenta lienis
segmenta medullae spinalis
segmenta medullae spinalis cervicalia
segmenta medullae spinalis coccygea
segmenta medullae spinalis lumbaria

Literary usage of Seggar

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1. A Practical Treatise on the Manufacture of Brick, Tiles and Terra-cotta by Charles Thomas Davis (1895)
"Then put the seggar with the stain in the hottest place in your brick kiln and fire it; when it is fired you will find the flint and perhaps the ..."

2. Chemical Technology: Or, Chemistry, Applied to the Arts and to Manufactures by Friedrich Ludwig Knapp, Walter Rogers Johnson (1849)
"178, •which are burnt in great numbers at once, the seggar cc, is furnished with a prominent part for the support of the handle. hich, on account of their ..."

3. Chemical Technology: Or, Chemistry, Applied to the Arts and to Manufactures by Friedrich Ludwig Knapp, Walter Rogers Johnson (1849)
"178, •which are burnt in great numbers at once, the seggar cc, is furnished with a prominent part for the support of the handle. Fig. 178. ..."

4. The Chemistry of the Arts: Being a Practical Display of the Arts and by Samuel Frederick Gray, Arthur Livermore Porter (1830)
"In England, the seggar is constructed in the furnace, and is in fact an inner ... This crucible or seggar, o, is of a cylindrical figure, terminated at the ..."

5. The American Cyclopaedia: A Popular Dictionary of General Knowledge by Charles Anderson Dana (1875)
"seggar. do not mix sand with them, because it is thought that when made as above described they are more homogeneous and less liable to crumble when ..."

6. The American Cyclopaedia: A Popular Dictionary of General Knowledge by George Ripley, Charles Anderson Dana (1883)
"A seggar is made as follows. The mass, having been placed in a compact pile, is cut in slices by a sharp spade and thrown with a smart blow upon a ..."

7. Excursions and Lessons in Home Geography by Charles Alexander McMurry (1904)
"Each seggar receives half a dozen or more cups or plates, ... If the seggar is cracked, the crack is filled with clay ; and the upper rim is covered with a ..."

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