Origin of anneal
OTHER WORDS FROM annealan·neal·er, nounun·an·nealed, adjective
How to use anneal in a sentence
It is a regular annealing furnace; when the heat subsides you can neither soften or bend the heart again—the iron is steel.Alone|Marion Harland
He took them down to the annealing chamber; and then he observed that it was "a nice warm place o'nights."
First: The heating temperature should be a dull red, which is less than the annealing heat.Practical Mechanics for Boys|J. S. Zerbe
A thick article, or one having great irregularities in thickness will need much longer annealing than one thinner or more regular.A Handbook of Laboratory Glass-Blowing|Bernard D. Bolas
For the convenience of moving it to the annealing ovens it is placed upon castors.