Definition of Pulping

1. Verb. (present participle of pulp) ¹



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Definition of Pulping

1. pulp [v] - See also: pulp

Lexicographical Neighbors of Pulping

pulpatoon
pulpatoons
pulpectomies
pulpectomy
pulped
pulper
pulpers
pulpier
pulpiest
pulpified
pulpifies
pulpify
pulpily
pulpiness
pulpinesses
pulping (current term)
pulpish
pulpit
pulpital
pulpited
pulpiteer
pulpiteers
pulpiter
pulpiters
pulpitical
pulpitis
pulpitish
pulpitry
pulpits
pulpitum

Literary usage of Pulping

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Medical lexicon: A Dictionary of Medical Science, Containing a Concise by Robley Dunglison (1866)
"... parts of vegetables reduced to a paste by the operation of pulping. Applied, also, to parts of the human body, which have the characters of, ..."

2. Coffee and India-rubber Culture in Mexico: Preceeded by Geographical and by Matías Romero (1898)
"pulping.—The coffee, when it arrives at the place where it is to be ... The pulping machine removes the outer skin from the coffee and separates the two ..."

3. The Manufacture of Explosives: A Theoretical and Practical Treatise on the by Oscar Guttmann (1895)
"(K) pulping. In spite of washing and boiling the gun-cotton still retains traces of acid within its fibres, which has in former times given rise to its ..."

4. All about Coffee by William Harrison Ukers (1922)
"... one uf the most ingenious in all nature — How coffee is harvested — Picking — Preparation by the dry and the u~et methods — pulping — Fermentation and ..."

5. Economic Geology; Or, Geology in Its Relations to the Arts and Manufactures by David Page (1874)
"IIL—CRUSHING AND pulping WHEELS. Besides millstones and grindstones, in the proper sense of these terms, there are employed in the Arts and Manufactures a ..."

6. Economic Geology; Or, Geology in Its Relations to the Arts and Manufactures by David Page (1874)
"For pulping purposes, such as the reduction of fibrous materials for the making of tissue - paper, wheels of soft finegrained sandstones are often ..."

7. A Text-book of Tropical Agriculture by Henry Alfred Alford Nicholls (1906)
"pulping.—The operation of removing the pulp from the Berries not( berries—sometimes wrongly called " cherries "—is termed c ernes. pulping, ..."

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