verb (used with object), cal·cined, cal·cin·ing.
verb (used without object), cal·cined, cal·cin·ing.
- calcined baryta,
- calcinosis circumscripta,
- calcinosis universalis
Origin of calcine
Examples from the Web for calcined
Unless the magnesia has been very recently calcined, the copaiba hardens very slowly or not at all.
Calcined, reduced to a powder, or friable state, by the action of heat.A Manual of the Antiquity of Man|J. P. MacLean
This once celebrated remedy for stone was prepared from the calcined shells of eggs and snails, made into 3-gr.
If the spot be not of long standing, take the Ashes of Sheep's Trotters calcined, and apply them hot both under and upon the spot.The Toilet of Flora|Pierre-Joseph Buc'hoz
The calcined matter is raked out, and lixiviated with water.A Dictionary of Arts, Manufactures and Mines|Andrew Ure