[ kuh-lawr-uh-fey-shuh nt, -lor-, kal-er-uh- ]
/ kəˌlɔr əˈfeɪ ʃənt, -ˌlɒr-, ˌkæl ər ə- /
(of foods) producing heat.
- caloric nystagmus,
- caloric test,
- calorific value,
Origin of calorifacient
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Examples from the Web for calorifacient
Thus the nitrogenous compounds are called the nutritive, and the starchy materials the calorifacient elements of the food.
Thus Alcohol may be regarded as one of the calorifacient articles of food.