from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.
- transitive verb To impregnate, permeate, or flavor with resin.
from The Century Dictionary.
- To flavor or impregnate with resin, as the ordinary white wine of modern Greece.
- noun A salt of the acids obtained from turpentine.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- noun (Chem.) Any one of the salts the resinic acids.
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- verb To
treatwith resin, e.g. by impregnationin order to impartflavour, typically of wine.
- noun organic chemistry Any
saltof a resin acid
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- verb impregnate with resin to give a special flavor to
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The Republicans are all over the media singing Obama's and Democrat's song of destruction and it's beining to resinate among people with short term memory deficit.
His ideas resinate with me and have helped me find peace in lifes ups and downs.
You can pull the wool over the misinformed only for so long and then the truth will resinate.
This interaction isn't going to resinate with the American voter come November.
So I think those are the kind of issues that really are going to resinate with voters.
When in Colin's book, he talks about the American family, or if I talk about common ground, or I say what it is that brings us together, or Ross Perot says we shouldn't have politics, or you know, or when the leaders in the Congress make some outreach that they resinate to intuitively, but there's no sort of -- well, what does that mean at this time, which is what I'm trying to do.
The bismuth resinate luster had fired to perfection, a haunting film of silvery-black metal with strange bluish lights in it as it turned before the eyes, and the Problem of Population seemed very far away to Hawkins then.
The resinate solution is withdrawn, acidified, and the resin acids collected, dried and weighed.
Some suggest mixing the rosin and soda ash (or only a portion of the soda ash) prior to dissolving in water; others saponify in a boiler connected with a trap which returns the resinate to the pan and allows the carbonic-acid gas to escape or to be collected.
When the whole has been sufficiently boiled and allowed to rest, the liquor containing the colouring matter will float over the resinate, and, after removal, may be replaced by another washing.