Definitions

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  • adjective Not soluble.

Etymologies

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non- +‎ soluble.

Examples

  • The water-soluble flavor compounds in the smoke are trapped within this liquid, while the nonsoluble, carcinogenic tars and resins are removed by a series of filters, resulting in a clean, smoke-flavored liquid.

    VEGAN "LIVERWURST"-- TRUST ME, IT'S DELICIOUS!-- AND INFO ON LIQUID SMOKE

  • The water-soluble flavor compounds in the smoke are trapped within this liquid, while the nonsoluble, carcinogenic tars and resins are removed by a series of filters, resulting in a clean, smoke-flavored liquid.

    Archive 2009-08-01

  • Orgro is rich in phosphate and iron, and both (but especially phosphate) bind to lead (and zinc, another contaminant) in a way that makes it nonsoluble (so it won't dissolve when it rains) and bio-inaccessible (so organic things can't break it down with enzymes and then become poisoned).

    Archive 2008-04-01

  • Orgro is rich in phosphate and iron, and both (but especially phosphate) bind to lead (and zinc, another contaminant) in a way that makes it nonsoluble (so it won't dissolve when it rains) and bio-inaccessible (so organic things can't break it down with enzymes and then become poisoned).

    Scientific Literacy and Sensationalist Journalism

  • There was also the matter of Kenny’s doctoral dissertation on nonsoluble alkalids, which had ground to a halt.

    Babylon Nights

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