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kiln

[ kil, kiln ]SEE DEFINITION OF kiln

Synonyms for kiln

  • furnace
  • stove
  • fire
  • glaze
  • hearth
  • oast
  • bake
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But the marble statues they put into a kiln to make lime to plaster their houses.

And the idea of turning his Serapeum into a kiln does not appeal to him.

Kiln marks are formed on some of the brick due to the weight of the brick above in the kiln.

When the kiln is full the wicket is bricked up and daubed over with road-mud.

Escorting them across the room he showed them a low oven or kiln.

And you say these things must stay in the kiln about three days?

When the bricks come out of the kiln, some of them are good and some are not.

When the sulphur ceases to run from the kiln, the process is complete.

The higher the temperature of the lumber, the more efficient is the kiln.

The kiln should be so designed that the proper degree may be maintained at its every section.

WORD ORIGIN

Old English cyln, cylen "kiln, oven," from Latin culina "kitchen, cooking stove," unexplained variant of coquere "to cook" (see cook (n.)). Old Norse kylna, Welsh cilin probably are from English.

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verbtake moisture out of

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