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Origin of kaolin
OTHER WORDS FROM kaolinka·o·lin·ic, adjective
Words nearby kaolin
Example sentences from the Web for kaolin
The alkali species yield kaolin by alteration, and are thus the source of china-clay.The New Gresham Encyclopedia|Various
Established by M. Haffringue, in the 19th century, with the kaolin of Limoges.
Their faces are painted black across the whole mid section and the chins are covered with white kaolin—a really startling effect.The Unwritten Literature of the Hopi|Hattie Greene Lockett
The kaolin is washed at the pit, and sent in this state to Sèvres, under the name of decanted earth.
This sieve is shaken upon its support, in order to make it discharge the washed argillaceous kaolin.