lubricant

[ loo-bri-kuh nt ]SEE DEFINITION OF lubricant

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The casing also serves to retain a certain amount of lubricant.

I used soap and water as a lubricant, and the work was satisfactory.

In the figure the lubricant is supplied by a wick running into the reservoir.

Soap is often useful as a lubricant to facilitate the driving of screws.

Jerry was the first to take his stick of lubricant from his tool bag.

I see now that love--love is the lubricant everywhere in the world, Bill.

Lubricant is filled into the core, after which it is closed with a lead plunger.

When round bullets are used, the lubricant must be applied after they have been seated.

This is meant to furnish a lubricant for the large intestine.

The crank cheeks are also built to convey the lubricant to the crank-pins.

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