concretes[ kon-kreet, kong-, kon-kreet, kong- for 1–10, 13–15; kon-kreet, kong- for 11, 12 ]SEE DEFINITION OF concretes
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CONCRETES
I can understand that of mystical monism shutting its eyes on the concretes of life, for the sake of its abstract rapture.
Language is a proof of this—Children's talk is apt to run in concretes;—every man or woman is a father or mother to them.
If the vesicles break, they exude a slight, gummy discharge which concretes into a small, hard scab.
These formulas give the amounts of cement in mortars and concretes compacted in place.
The demand is met by cements and concretes easily laid in unjointed miles.
It measures, concretes, and materialises for us his colossal worth and the omnipotent vastness of his achievement.
That portion which flows along the surface of the trunk of the tree, and concretes, is also pure.
It concretes in lamellar crystals at the temperature of 50°, and does not melt again till heated to 64° nearly.
It concretes below 32° F., and does not fuse again till heated to 41°.
The phosphorus falls down in drops, like melted wax, and concretes at the bottom of the water in the receiver.