Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Of the nature of a solution; of or pertaining to solution.
“For a moment there it seemed as though all the panty wetting at Countdown had driven you to inciting solutional homicide!”
“A global review of solutional weathering forms on quartzite sandstones.”
“Australian, or the International Stabilisation Force received a request from the East Timorese Government to desist from seeking to apprehend Reinado on the basis that the East Timorese Government and the president in particular, thought that they could effect a negotiate or agreed solutional compromise.”
“The agents of decay which produce and remove the detritus, the chemical changes of the bed rock, and the mechanical action which roots apply to them, along with the solutional processes, are constantly lowering the surface of the mass.”
“The solutional meme for highways arrived at in the 60s as Mumford, Jane Jacobs, and others feared the fate of the positive aspects that highways swept clear.”
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