I remember the lubricated side against me, not against her, sliding back and forth.
They are packed in boxes of twenty-five and fifty and are lubricated ready for use.
Strangers come every day; oil has lubricated every commercial joint.
These cells, like those in the gymnote, are lubricated with a mucous secretion.
These stones should be lubricated with a mixture of olive oil and paraffin in equal parts.
Surface condensers foul from the grease with which the cylinders are lubricated and from the salt in the injection water.
The bearings thus made are lubricated with a little lard or grease.
The low-pressure air cylinders were lubricated with "High Test" oil, having a flash point of 600° Fahr.
His voice was lubricated with the sweet-oil of willing servitude.
In all of the foregoing cartridges only the surface of the bullet outside the shell is lubricated.
1620s, "to make slippery or smooth" (especially by the application of an oil), from Latin lubricatus, past participle of lubricare "to make slippery or smooth," from lubricus "slippery" (see lubricant (adj.)). Related: Lubricated; lubricating. Earlier verb was lubrify (1610s), from Medieval Latin lubrificare.
Drunk; oiled (1927+)