Several Experiments to prove the porousness of Marble, and some other Stones.
Experiments to prove the porousness of the skin of Vegetables.
It can be so woven as to be almost as porous as wool, and to retain that porousness even when saturated with perspiration.
But the porousness of the clay, which keeps the contents so deliciously cool, makes them very brittle.
The porousness of the rocks allows it to pass under ground to the sea.
Maple is a very close wood and shows but little if any porousness, therefore should never be stippled.
That softness and porousness may be retained in a very easy way.
porous po·rous (pôr'əs)
Full of or having pores.
Admitting the passage of gas or liquid through pores.