Many; numerous; a large quantity.
As applied to a gear, one in which certain teeth are removed.
Marine; applied to shipping, and the like.
Any substance, like a chemical, which, when added to another chemical, will change them both.
An explosive made from glycerine and nitrogen.
At an angle; inclined.
To wipe out.
That which can be seen; easily observed.
A blunt angle; not noticeable.
An instrument for determining and testing odors.
The nerves of the sense of smell.
An opening; a hole.
A movement to and fro, like a pendulum.
To impart to any substance the elements of oxygen.
Any substance which has oxygen added to it.
A part of a tooth or finger which acts on the teeth of a wheel.
Lines or sides at equal distance from each other from end to end.
A light-colored substance, produced from refined petroleum.
The outer side of a wheel.
The nailing end of a hammer.
That quality of all matter to continue on in its present condition.
A line drawn at right angles to another.
A view of an object which takes in all parts at one side.
Pertaining to the body.
An apparatus for recording sound.
An apparatus for taking and sending forth sound vibration.
Any occurrence in nature out of the ordinary.
The rod or bar which connects the piston and crank.
A point or bar on which anything turns.
A small toothed wheel.
The number of vibrations. The term used to give the number of teeth in a wheel.
The point from which the measurements are made in determining the pitch.
A bar, lever, or other mechanical element, arranged to turn on or about a point.
A substance in such a state that it may be kneaded or worked.
A large tool designed to cut or face off wood or metal.
The quality in all substances to have interstices, or points of separation, between the molecules.