That matter which lies before us, apparently inorganic, is the residuum of organic metamorphoses, which could not become organic.
But the residuum of separate nations was some time in making its appearance.
This was the fruit of his miserable attempt at self-aggrandizement; this was the residuum of his glories.
The residuum of truth that remained after these had been sifted out was something like this.
By submitting the residuum to quartation, the platinum becomes soluble in nitric acid.
To us there seems to be no residuum of this long piece of dialectics.
Take the residuum and thin to the proper consistency with vinegar.
We are not concerned to determine what is the residuum of truth which remains for ourselves.
That residuum could only be required for one purpose—to protect the country in question from foreign aggression.
After elimination of all verbiage, this fact was the only residuum.
residuum re·sid·u·um (rĭ-zĭj'ōō-əm)
n. pl. re·sid·u·a (-ōō-ə)
Something remaining after removal of a part; a residue.