By this means it is deprived of colour, and forms the claircé of the French refiner.
Blessed be God, there is One who will sit as a refiner's fire, to purify the sons of Levi.
Once above ground, the cheap and bulky oil had to be hauled first to the refiner and then to the consumer.
In the art of the refiner, the operation of separating gold and silver from their ores by means of mercury.
The Jordan refiner seemed to have little effect in reducing shives and was therefore left "just off."
Every manufacturer and refiner has to find purchasers for his product.
Here also perished our Saxon refiner and discoverer of inestimable riches, as it was left amongst some of us in undoubted hope.
The refiner draws off the "slags" with a rabble from the right side of the hearth.
The chief aim of the refiner is to remove these impurities without saponifying any of the neutral oil.
So the prophet mused, and as he mused the fire burned within his soul, even the fire of the refiner, the fire of God.
refine re·fine (rĭ-fīn')
v. re·fined, re·fin·ing, re·fines
To reduce to a pure state; purify.
The process of refining metals is referred to by way of illustrations in Isa. 1:25; Jer. 6:29; Zech. 13:9; Mal. 3:2, 3.