a mineral, lead sulfate, PbSO 4 , found in massive deposits and in colorless or variously tinted crystals: a minor ore of lead.
a white or grey secondary mineral consisting of lead sulphate in orthorhombic crystalline form. It occurs in lead-ore deposits and is a source of lead. Formula: PbSO4
a blacksmith skilled in forging irons, beams, etc., into various forms used in shipbuilding.
any of several nymphalid butterflies, especially of the genus Polygonia, having angular notches on the outer edges of the forewings.
an earthworm, as used for bait in . Contemporary Examples The Civil War hero Ulysses Grant dismissed Republican James Garfield for lacking “the backbone of an angleworm.” Obama and Syria: Fighting the Wimp Factor Gil Troy September 17, 2013 Historical Examples In passin’ I saw an angleworm three times the size of a firehose, and […]
to plunge (something, as a cloth or sponge) temporarily into a liquid, so as to moisten it, dye it, or cause it to take up some of the liquid: He dipped the brush into the paint bucket. to raise or take up by a bailing, scooping, or ladling action: to dip water out of a […]