alloy[ noun al-oi, uh-loi; verb uh-loi ]SEE DEFINITION OF alloy
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The only alloy was that he could not understand what Leibnitz wanted.
They were pleasures which had no alloy in her own humble lot, and why desert them?
An alloy is a special kind of solution not quite like an ordinary solution.
For easily fusing, make an alloy of equal parts of brass and zinc.
But with the alloy of perplexity her radiant visions faded, and she fell asleep.
I can find no other reference with regard to this alloy mentioned by Lindeck.
Of the two latter they formed an alloy, and made tools of the bronze.
In what way does the alloy make it better than the hardest steel?
Terne plate is sheet-iron coated with an alloy of lead and tin.
To the other technician the general said, "Get a chunk for verification of the alloy."
early 14c. "relative freedom of a noble metal from alloy or other impurities," from Anglo-French alai, Old French aloi, from aloiier (see alloy (v.)). Meaning " base metal alloyed with a noble metal" is from c.1400. Modern spelling from late 17c.