Was Obama so gaseous in the classroom when he taught constitutional law?
And let's put that gaseous Diffusion Plant in...well, on second thought, keep it, Kentucky.
Usually about four hours are allowed for the complete distillation of the gaseous and liquid products from a charge of coal.
It seems strange, indeed, that any gaseous mass should move at such a speed!
Nor is it alone the levities of Europe which have encompassed with a gaseous atmosphere of enthusiasm these idols of the day.
All fuels must be put into a gaseous state before they will burn.
The explosion of some gaseous vapors, or the fall of some solid, of the granitic or other rock.
It will take just double the amount of fuel to convert the water into a gaseous state.
A faint continuous spectrum corresponded to this portion of its radiance; but gaseous emissions were also present.
For the change of volume in gaseous bodies by heat, see Expansion.
gaseous gas·e·ous (gās'ē-əs, gāsh'əs)
Of, relating to, or existing as a gas.
Full of or containing gas; gassy.
One of four main states of matter, composed of molecules in constant random motion. Unlike a solid, a gas has no fixed shape and will take on the shape of the space available. Unlike a liquid, the intermolecular forces are very small; it has no fixed volume and will expand to fill the space available.
gaseous adjective (gās'ē-əs, gāsh'əs)