crucible

[ kroo-suh-buh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF crucible

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Thus I was placed in the crucible for further refinement and regeneration.

Nature put into the crucible of a loving heart becomes poetry.

But the crucible was no longer—as then of pity; it was the crucible of love.

The fusion is conducted in a Fletcher's crucible furnace in a clay crucible.

When fusion is complete, the contents of the crucible are poured into any suitable mould.

The kitchen was a crucible, and the old dame a mediaeval alchemist.

As it approached, a mistiness that formed became a crucible.

When the crucible has cooled a button of chromium will be found in the bottom.

Holy Thursday counted one, two, three, and took the crucible off the fire.

The painter IS a magician; the gold he at least wrings from his crucible is no delusion.

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