catalyst

[ kat-l-ist ]SEE DEFINITION OF catalyst

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CATALYST

You'll be pleasantly surprised at how this approach will act as a catalyst.

I come back soon and gif you the catalyst for that last reaction.

You do not know where we secure the catalyst your people seek.

A catalyst failed briefly in its task, then resumed, but the damage had been done.

This simple act may have been the catalyst which gave Burl the solution to the problem.

I have some scientific knowledge myself about the powers of this catalyst.

We may, then, compare the catalyst to what is known as "a good mixer" in society.

For that reason the catalyst is referred to as "a chemical parson."

Ambition is the catalyst that lifts a man above his fellows and then lifts them also.

There may be a catalyst here in this area which works in conjunction with your thought-processes and not mine.

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nounelectrical device
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