alloyed

[ noun al-oi, uh-loi; verb uh-loi ]SEE DEFINITION OF alloyed
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The metals which are alloyed for this purpose are copper, silver, brass, zinc and tin.

From the method of preparation of platinum, what metal is likely to be alloyed with it?

The commands of love are sweet; they must not be alloyed with tiresome formalities.

A small quantity of tin, alloyed with silver, destroys its ductility.

It is of silver, alloyed, or plated with baser metal and strongly gilt.

Platinum is unaffected by acids, but if alloyed with 10 per cent.

The love which comes to us must always be alloyed with the sad sense of our own unworthiness.

The copper "bottoms" are alloyed in three different ways with lead.

In her pocket was all the money that she had; in her heart was a sort of alloyed sorrow.

These steels then normally consist of γ-iron, modified by the large amount of nickel or manganese with which it is alloyed.

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