Definitions

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • adjective Consisting of, or containing, calcareous matter or lime salts; calcareous.

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  • adjective Hardened from the deposit of calcium salts.
  • adjective That which is to become unchanging or inflexible.
  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of calcify.

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Examples

  • The days of soaking hominy kernels - cacahuazintle - in calcified water and peeling each one individually are fading fast, thanks to the pre-cleaned hominy that comes in packages in the refrigerated food section of even small neighborhood supermarkets.

    Pork and Hominy Soup: Pozole

  • The days of soaking hominy kernels - cacahuazintle - in calcified water and peeling each one individually are fading fast, thanks to the pre-cleaned hominy that comes in packages in the refrigerated food section of even small neighborhood supermarkets.

    Pork and Hominy Soup: Pozole

  • The days of soaking hominy kernels - cacahuazintle - in calcified water and peeling each one individually are fading fast, thanks to the pre-cleaned hominy that comes in packages in the refrigerated food section of even small neighborhood supermarkets.

    Pork and Hominy Soup: Pozole

  • So a highly regressive taxation structure is meant to ameliorate this kind of calcified class stratification.

    Why Top Earners Earn More

  • Phillips will discuss how the depreciated dollar coupled with the dangerous attitudes of a "calcified" political system and the flawed products of wayward mega-finance have put our very global future at risk.

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  • I've got mine gathered in a bitter glass bottom that must be holding all the calcified pain in there too.

    Fool of Me

  • I've got mine gathered in a bitter glass bottom that must be holding all the calcified pain in there too.

    A Fool of Me

  • Both figures in the shaft were calcified, or seemed as much in their shades of gray and chalky-white.

    Abomination at the Shilkie

  • Portugal suffers from a calcified labor market and a bloated public sector.

    The Lisbon Irony

  • The disconnect between the frenetic pace of creative destruction in the private sector and the calcified, operating-as - always approach in government helps account for disaffected young Obama supporters on one side and fed-up tea party members on the other.

    From Wikinomics to the Tea Party

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