gaseous

[ gas-ee-uh s, gash-uh s ]SEE DEFINITION OF gaseous

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The laughter that followed the exposure of this gaseous trick may be imagined.

Huggins has found that the spectrum of this nebula is not gaseous.

Some of the nebulæ are now known to be gaseous, and some of them at least are in a state of rotation.

Occupying so much bulk it could not have been solid, nor yet liquid, but it might have been gaseous.

It seems strange, indeed, that any gaseous mass should move at such a speed!

They contain within them stars, clusters, and gaseous nebulæ.

It will take just double the amount of fuel to convert the water into a gaseous state.

All fuels must be put into a gaseous state before they will burn.

It is of this attenuated, gaseous matter that you are composed.

For the change of volume in gaseous bodies by heat, see Expansion.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR GASEOUS

steamy

adjectivegiving off vapors
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