- (of a case-hardened object) to develop reticulated surface markings; worm.
- (of an ingot) to develop an alligator skin as a result of being teemed into an old and worn mold.
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How to use craze in a sentence
Windowsill scallionsOur dreams of self-sufficiency were further fed by the craze for turning kitchen scraps into crops — even if only on a very small scale.These 10 food trends were the distractions we needed in 2020|Emily Heil|December 24, 2020|Washington Post
It didn’t matter if you had tavern style in the ’20s or deep dish in the ’40s, the craze was shakes and fries, with red meat to match.If You Think Deep Dish Is Chicago’s True Pizza, Think Again|Joshua Eferighe|December 11, 2020|Ozy
In the beginning of the social media craze, brands rushed to get on board and join the conversations.The downfall of adtech means the trust economy is here|Walter Thompson|November 23, 2020|TechCrunch
Soon a mammoth craze, arguably the first craze to sweep the country, was underway.When Science Was the Best Show in America - Issue 93: Forerunners|Lee Alan Dugatkin|November 18, 2020|Nautilus
It’s a remarkable indicator of the promise investors see in EVs—or, maybe, of a market craze that has lost touch with reality.The electric car frenzy is helping even troubled companies raise big money|dzanemorris|October 23, 2020|Fortune
A little crazing is no detriment to tile because they are not like vessels which are meant to hold water.
Both of these formulae are bisilicates and each being properly fired, will stand, without crazing, on the same body.
In the former case the crazing does not always appear at once and it grows worse upon standing.
Crazing also occurs when both body and glaze are correctly fired but there is an inherent disagreement in expansion.
I will not suffer him to wander through my land crazing the people with his tales of dreams and visions.The Ghost Kings|H. Rider Haggard