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Origin of siliceous
OTHER WORDS FROM siliceousnon·si·li·ceous, adjectivenon·si·li·cious, adjective
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Example sentences from the Web for siliceous
Siliceous earth is not affected by the strongest heat, except by means of a burning lens, or dephlogisticated air.
Mention an instance of the abundant occurrence in the sea of animalcules with siliceous coverings and skeletons.Geology|James Geikie
In many cases I believe that each half-frustule becomes coated with a new entire cell-wall, with its siliceous valves.An Elementary Text-book of the Microscope|John William Griffith
The rejected scoriæ have been found to be composed of siliceous matter 59, oxide of copper 1, oxide of tin 0·7.
These siliceous particles in their descent serve to extricate the air from the mass.