Origin of lubricant
Related formsnon·lu·bri·cant, nounun·lu·bri·cant, adjective
Examples from the Web for lubricant
A tube of lubricant also flew into the stalls as a duvet was swiftly scooped up.New York’s Naughtiest Show (Maybe Avoid the Front Row)|Tim Teeman|January 18, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Credit is the lubricant that moves the machinery of global commerce.Government Shuts Down and Private Sector Feels the Pain, Too|Daniel Gross|October 4, 2013|DAILY BEAST
And researchers in Australia are currently working on a study of lubricant use among breast-cancer survivors.
Language like that is a lubricant to the calamity all around us.
It is largely employed as a lubricant for machinery, for which purpose, however, it is very inferior.The Philippine Islands|John Foreman
The lubricant used by this company is composed of one part “aqualine” and 20 parts water.Turning and Boring|Franklin D. Jones
It had been loaded several years, and the lubricant was hard, and in many cases partially detached from the bullet.The Modern American Pistol and Revolver|A. C. Gould
At least three-quarters of the surface of the bullet should project above the lubricant.Pistol and Revolver Shooting|A. L. A. Himmelwright
This is meant to furnish a lubricant for the large intestine.Psychotherapy|James J. Walsh