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ganister

[ gan-uh-ster ]
/ ˈgæn ə stər /
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noun

a highly refractory, siliceous rock used to line furnaces.
a synthetic product similar to this rock, made by mixing ground quartz with a bonding material.

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Origin of ganister

First recorded in 1805–15; origin uncertain

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British Dictionary definitions for ganister

ganister

gannister

/ (ˈɡænɪstə) /

noun

a highly refractory siliceous sedimentary rock occurring beneath coal seams: used for lining furnaces
a similar material synthesized from ground quartz and fireclay

Word Origin for ganister

C19: of unknown origin
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