the arrangement of flowers on a stem or parts on a flower
any marine coelenterate of the cl-ss anthozoa, comprising colonial and solitary polyps and including corals, sea anemones, sea pens, etc. also, anthozoic. belonging or pertaining to the anthozoans. historical examples in allopora the cyclostems resemble the calyces of anthozoan corals. encyclopaedia britannica, 11th edition, volume 14, slice 2 various noun any of the solitary or […]
a combining form meaning “coal,” “carbon,” “carbuncle,” used in the formation of compound words: anthracosis; anthracnose; anthracoid.
a colorless, crystalline powder, c 14 h 12 , obtained from coal tar and having a violet fluorescence: used chiefly as a source of and alizarin, and in the process of measuring radioactive materials. historical examples another trihydroxy-anthraquinone, although not obtained directly from anthracene, must be claimed as a tar-product. coal raphael meldola it is […]
anthracic anthracic an·thrac·ic (ān-thrās’ĭk) adj. relating to anthrax.
- Anthracite coal
a mineral coal containing little of the volatile hydrocarbons and burning almost without flame; hard coal. historical examples since 1900 nearly 35,000 of them have come to america, settling mostly in the anthracite coal regions. aliens or americans? howard b. grose anthracite coal was known in this country only as a hard black rock. checking […]