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adjective as in stuck

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By capping a retired landfill with cement and capturing the methane produced by it, these offset programs can avoid the climate-warming contribution of that methane.

Ice within rock fissures acts like cement, keeping parts of the mountain together.

I use Ultracal 30, which is a gypsum cement to make a negative mold.

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To reach the high temperatures required to produce steel and cement, coke — processed high-grade coal — is typically used.

From Vox

The problem is, China is just beginning to explore the use of hydrogen for steel and cement.

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The film also cemented its Rocky Horror status with a limited late-night theatrical run.

These feats, among others, have cemented him as an artist whose talents continue to push the limits of effective storytelling.

Trierweiler leaves the Elysée Palace having never cemented her place there with a leery French public.

Court papers report, “Together, they packaged the remains and then re-cemented the area.”

His prominence was cemented by an appearance in a video of a tank ambush that killed hundreds of Russian soldiers in 1996.

And the words, hitherto un-united, which are thus cemented together, are called Extremes.

You can then test yourself on the work by calling to mind whatever you have thus cemented together.

The rush up the Nile had not begun, and travellers had not yet cemented their travelling acquaintanceships.

A concretion of rounded quartz pebbles, cemented by ferruginous matter, apparently of recent formation.

Calcareous incrustations, including fragments of madrepores, and of shells, cemented by splintery carbonate of lime.

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On this page you'll find 211 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to cemented, such as: caked, calcified, compact, compressed, congealed, and conglomerated.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.