a brand name for a substance consisting of fused alumina, used chiefly as an abrasive and as a refractory.
Historical Examples

Emery, carborundum and Alundum wheels are developed from the grindstone of the distant past.
Inventors at Work George Iles

trademark a hard material composed of fused alumina, used as an abrasive and a refractory


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