noun, plural re·ver·ber·a·to·ries.
- reverberation time,
- reverberatory furnace,
- revere, paul,
Origin of reverberatory
Examples from the Web for reverberatory
Reverberatory Furnace, a furnace with a domed roof, from which the flames of the fire are reflected upon the vessel placed within.The Nuttall Encyclopaedia|Edited by Rev. James Wood
The powder is then spread on the sole of a reverberatory furnace, the flue of which leads into a long horizontal chimney.
The pens having been dried are placed in other cylinders, and polished by mutual friction, produced by reverberatory motion.Rides on Railways|Samuel Sidney
The arch which covers that pan forms a continuation of the roof of the reverberatory, and is of the same height.
It has been attempted in New-Jersey to lessen the expense attending these heats, by performing them in reverberatory furnaces.The American Quarterly Review|Various