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Resining

ˈrɛzɪn

Meanings of Resining:

verb

Rub or treat with resin.

Usage examples:

Resining the granite fills in the fissures and helps strengthen the stone
noun

A sticky flammable organic substance, insoluble in water, exuded by some trees and other plants (notably fir and pine)

Usage examples:

Clear resin had oozed to the surface, trickled down, and set

Meanings of Resink:

verb

To sink again.

Meanings of Resinoextractive:

adjective

Composed of resinous matter and a smaller amount of extractive matter.

noun

A substance of this kind (rare).

Meanings of Resinophore:

noun

A group of atoms whose presence in a molecule makes it susceptible to polymerization to form a resin. usually attributive, in "resinophore group".

Meanings of Resinosis:

noun

An abnormal condition in conifers marked by abundant discharge of resin from the root or lower part of the stem, whether due to attack by a fungus (especially the honey fungus, armillariella mellea) or any other cause.

Resinous

ˈrez.ɪ.nəs

Meanings of Resinous:

adjective

Connected with or producing resin (= a thick, sticky substance produced by some trees)

Usage examples:

Pine trees are resinous and burn easily., resinous forest smells

Meanings of Resinously:

adverb

With ‘resinous’ electricity; negatively.

Meanings of Resinousness:

noun

Resinous quality.

Resins

ˈrɛzɪn

Meanings of Resins:

noun

A sticky flammable organic substance, insoluble in water, exuded by some trees and other plants (notably fir and pine).

Usage examples:

Clear resin had oozed to the surface, trickled down, and set
verb

Rub or treat with resin.

Usage examples:

Resining the granite fills in the fissures and helps strengthen the stone

Meanings of Resiny:

adjective

Of the nature of or resembling resin; containing resin; characteristic of resin.

Meanings of Resipiscence:

noun

Originally: repentance for misconduct; recognition of one's past misdeeds or errors. later also: the action or fact of coming to one's senses, or of returning to a more acceptable opinion.

Meanings of Resipiscent:

adjective

That returns to sanity, or to one's senses.

Resist

rɪˈzɪst

Meanings of Resist:

verb

Withstand the action or effect of.

Usage examples:

Antibodies help us to resist infection
noun

A resistant substance applied as a coating to protect a surface during a process, for example to prevent dye or glaze adhering.

Usage examples:

New lithographic techniques require their own special resists

Meanings of Resistability:

noun

Resistibility.

Meanings of Resistable:

adjective

That may be resisted; easy to resist; = "resistible".

Meanings of Resistance:

noun

The refusal to accept or comply with something.

Usage examples:

They displayed a narrow-minded resistance to change

Meanings of Resistances:

noun

The refusal to accept or comply with something.

Usage examples:

They displayed a narrow-minded resistance to change

Meanings of Resistant:

adjective

Offering resistance to something or someone.

Usage examples:

Some of the old churches are resistant to change

Meanings of Resistante:

noun

A female member of the french resistance; (occasionally more generally) a woman opposed to the german occupation of france.

Meanings of Resistantly:

adverb

Resistingly; with resistance.

Resisted

rɪˈzɪst

Meanings of Resisted:

verb

Withstand the action or effect of.

Usage examples:

Antibodies help us to resist infection
noun

A resistant substance applied as a coating to protect a surface during a process, for example to prevent dye or glaze adhering.

Usage examples:

New lithographic techniques require their own special resists

Meanings of Resistence:

noun

Resistance.

Meanings of Resistful:

adjective

Inclined to resist someone or something; capable of resistance.

Resisting

rɪˈzɪst

Meanings of Resisting:

verb

Withstand the action or effect of.

Usage examples:

Antibodies help us to resist infection
noun

A resistant substance applied as a coating to protect a surface during a process, for example to prevent dye or glaze adhering.

Usage examples:

New lithographic techniques require their own special resists

Resistive

rɪˈzɪs.tɪv

Meanings of Resistive:

adjective

Able to withstand the action or effect of something.

Usage examples:

Part of the difficulty comes in knowing how many, how long, where, and how deep the anchors should …

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