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Origin of pulverulent
OTHER WORDS FROM pulverulentpul·ver·u·lence, nounpul·ver·u·lent·ly, adverb
Words nearby pulverulent
Example sentences from the Web for pulverulent
The pulverulent materials of glass, heated until they coalesce without melting.
It occurs pulverulent, and also compact, with a fracture somewhat lamellar.
By the combined action of heat and charcoal, it passes first into a red pulverulent oxide, and then into metallic lead.
On the heavy pulverulent gold which remains in the vessel, some more acid should be boiled, to carry off any residuary silver.
At the bottom of each balloon a nucleus of salt remains, surrounded with fixed pulverulent matter.