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gazogene

[ gaz-uh-jeen ]
/ ˈgæz əˌdʒin /
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noun
an apparatus for impregnating a liquid with a gas, especially carbon dioxide.
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Also gasogene.

Origin of gazogene

From the French word gazogène, dating back to 1850–55. See gas, -o-, -gen
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How to use gazogene in a sentence

  • The tin funnel supplied with an ordinary gazogene answers perfectly.

    Soap-Bubbles|C. V. Boys
  • No; their wifes is at hame mendin' their men's sox, and chairgin' the gazogene for the morn's mornin', when it'll be sair wanted.

    Erchie|(AKA Hugh Foulis) Neil Munro
  • Erchie was right—the-gazogene would have been welcome next morning.

    Erchie|(AKA Hugh Foulis) Neil Munro
  • This should be washed before it is used again for filling the gazogene.

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