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  • adj. of, relating to, or containing nitrogen

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Same as nitrogenous.

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Examples

  • I thought: Here am I, capable of teaching him much concerning the field wherein he labors, — the nitrogenic-why of the fertilizer, the alchemy of the sun, the microscopic cell - structure of the plant, the cryptic chemistry of root and runner, — but thereat he straightened his work - wearied back and rested.

    The Dignity of Dollars

  • I thought: Here am I, capable of teaching him much concerning the field wherein he labours -- the nitrogenic -- why of the fertilizer, the alchemy of the sun, the microscopic cell-structure of the plant, the cryptic chemistry of root and runner -- but thereat he straightened his work-wearied back and rested.

    Revolution, and Other Essays

  • In other words, what we, as human beings, perceive as matter (material) is inseparably connected to and sustained by electrical charges (energy) {fused, diffused, distributed and released by nitrogenic combustible gas mixture}.

    EzineArticles

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