verb (used with object), trit·u·rat·ed, trit·u·rat·ing.
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Origin of triturate
OTHER WORDS FROM trituratetrit·u·ra·tor, nounself-trit·u·rat·ing, adjectiveun·trit·u·rat·ed, adjective
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Example sentences from the Web for triturate
Triturate them in a mortar until perfectly fine, add about 30 parts hot water, and triturate.Secrets of Wise Men, Chemists and Great Physicians|William K. David
The cylinder is usually raised a little during this period, as its only purpose is to agitate the mass, but not to triturate it.A Dictionary of Arts, Manufactures and Mines|Andrew Ure
Mix, and triturate well in a mortar so as to mix perfectly, and make into twenty pills with mucilage of gum arabic.
Triturate or rub the whole well together in a mortar and divide into twenty powders, and take one night and morning.
Triturate well in a small mortar, so as to mix them perfectly, and make into twenty pills with extract of boneset or gentian.