Suddenly; coming without warning.
A material which wears away.
Influenced, as by sudden motive; incited to action.
To bring together; to amass; to collect.
The branch of physics which treats of sound.
To hold together; a molecular force by means of which particles stick together.
Any natural drawing together; the property or force in chemicals to move toward each other.
To incite; to make worse or more burdensome.
A combination of two or more metals.
Height; a vertical distance above any point.
Any compound of metal which has mercury as one of the elements.
Wrong, fault, misdeed.
A metal structure which has two bodies, or limbs, at right angles to each other.
The separating of substances into their elementary forms.
A structure intended to be placed in a hole in a wall, and held there by a brew which expands a part of the structure.
One who is learning a trade or occupation.
That which resembles the original; made in imitation of.
A shaft, spindle, mandrel, or axle.
A metallic body within the magnetic field of a magnet.
Stubborn determination. Doing a thing without regard to consequences.
One skilled in any mechanical art.
That which belongs to or is associated with.
Operating by its own structure, or without outside aid.
Added to; to increase.
To aid; giving or furnishing aid.
The system of weights, of which the unit is sixteen ounces.
A saw which has a rib at its upper margin.
A grain of barley.
A coarse-grained file.
British Thermal Unit.
That gear on a lathe for changing the feed.
Not in a right line; slanting; oblique.
A form of water faucet.
A form of tool for cutting purposes on a lathe, planer, shaper, or drilling machine.
A white crystalline compound, of a sweetish taste. Chemically it is sodium biborate.
Usually a wheel covered with leather or cloth, and having emery dust on it, for fine polishing purposes.