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- adv. By means of a thermostat.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- By means of a thermostat: as, a thermostatically adjusted radiator.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. by thermostat; in a thermostatic manner
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He charted a cook of a brisket on a thermostatically controlled smoker.
Hypothesizing that the stall might be evaporative cooling, but still wondering if it may be fat melting, Blonder took a lump of pure beef fat from the fridge, inserted a thermometer probe, and placed it in a thermostatically controlled smoker.
It has a thermostatically controlled blower that regulates the airflow to the charcoal combustion chamber and thus controls the temp extremely accurately.
At last the evening begins to wind down, as they pay their tab, say good night, and drive home to the comfort of a clean sheets, thermostatically controlled heat and the relaxing grip of a down filled pillow.
The temperature in a goldfish bowl is in equilibrium if the bowl is provided with a thermostatically controlled heater and cooler; when the external temperature falls and the water temperature begins to fall as well, the thermostat registers the change of temperature and turns on the heater, and when the external temperature rises, the thermostat turns on the cooler.
The family car will be soundless, vibrationless and self-propelled thermostatically.
A thermostatically controlled sensor ensures the cooking oil remains at the proper temperature.
And it is the fact that men and women are thermostatically challenged.
Just know the next time I meet some redolent a-hole who insists on saying something like "thermostatically inclined," I'll staple their eyelids open and force them to read Animal Farm.
The Arrows greenhouse measures 400 square feet and is set up for serious commercial use with an overhead-mounted propane heater, electric backup heat, and thermostatically controlled cooling fans.