gas[ gas ]SEE DEFINITION OF gas
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR GAS
Under the gas chandelier, he straightened and threw out his arms.
The thought of the gas office and its deadly round sickened him.
Sidney had lighted the gas and was throwing on her dressing-gown.
Gas is indispensable in the operation of dirigible balloons, and gas is expensive.
Of acid it would take 60 times the weight of the gas, or nearly 76 tons.
The gas was turned low in the hall, so that she wouldn't know me if she looked at me.
He got up to close the street door and put the gas out in the shop.
The pressure of the gas at the wells is from 150 to 230 pounds to the square inch.
It had required Sam's reference to gas and crude oil to close the circuit.
I could get steam up mighty quick with that gas arrangement.
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR GAS
- back talk
- big talk
- hot air
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