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high temperature

noun as in white heat

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On a high-temperature electric grill, a modest-size patty of fairly lean beef (90%) is cooked on one side and flipped.

Navfac ignored Lockheed Martin and commissioned high-temperature-concrete VL pads at four sites.

If the fuel rods overheat to a sufficiently high temperature, they would burn through the reactor walls, melting them down.

The very high temperature of these volcanic ejections makes it necessary for us to suppose that they come from a great depth.

At the high temperature of the triple burner, a semi-solid, red, greasy substance collected in and closed the condenser tube.

The points A and B should both be made of platinum, as other metals will not withstand the extremely high temperature of the arc.

It was not exceedingly hot, despite the high temperature and intense radiation, for the radiating surface was too small.

High temperature always weakens moral resistance and there is no telling into what trouble the boy may drift.


On this page you'll find 6 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to high temperature, such as: intense heat, oppressive heat, sweltering heat, torrid heat, and tropical heat.

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