rubber vulcanized with a large amount of sulfur, usually 25–35 percent, to render it stiff and comparatively inflexible.
a hard fairly inelastic material made by vulcanizing natural rubber See vulcanite
[hahrdz] /hɑrdz/ plural noun 1. the refuse or coarser parts of flax or hemp, separated in hackling. [hahrd] /hɑrd/ adjective, harder, hardest. 1. not soft; solid and firm to the touch; unyielding to pressure and impenetrable or almost impenetrable. 2. firmly formed; tight: a hard knot. 3. difficult to do or accomplish; fatiguing; troublesome: a […]
noun 1. a mixture of butter and confectioners’ sugar, often with flavoring and cream. noun 1. another name for brandy butter
[hahrd-skeyp] /ˈhɑrdˌskeɪp/ noun 1. the manmade part of the grounds surrounding a building, as paved areas or statues.
noun 1. any of the natural or physical sciences, as chemistry, biology, physics, or astronomy, in which aspects of the universe are investigated by means of hypotheses and experiments. noun 1. noun phrase A science such as chemistry or physics where the data and conclusions are supportable by objective criteria (1960s+)