the act of a person or thing that puddles.
Metallurgy. the act or process of melting pig iron in a reverberatory furnace (puddling furnace) and converting it into wrought iron.
the act or method of making puddle.
puddle (def 3).
a small pool of water, as of rainwater on the ground.
a small pool of any liquid.
clay or the like mixed with water and tempered, used as a waterproof lining for the walls of canals, ditches, etc.
verb (used with object), puddled, puddling.
to mark or scatter with puddles.
to wet with dirty water, mud, etc.
to make (water) muddy or dirty.
to muddle or confuse.
to make (clay or the like) into puddle.
to cover with pasty clay or puddle.
Metallurgy. to subject (molten iron) to the process of puddling.
to destroy the granular structure of (soil) by agricultural operations on it when it is too wet.
Horticulture. to dip the roots of (a tree, shrub, etc.) into a thin mixture of loam and water to retard drying out during transplanting.
verb (used without object), puddled, puddling.
to wade in a puddle:
The children were puddling.
to be or become puddled:
The backyard was puddling.
a process for converting pig iron into wrought iron by heating it with ferric oxide in a furnace to oxidize the carbon
(building trades) the process of making a puddle
a small pool of water, esp of rain
a small pool of any liquid
a worked mixture of wet clay and sand that is impervious to water and is used to line a pond or canal
(rowing) the patch of eddying water left by the blade of an oar after completion of a stroke
(transitive) to make (clay, etc) into puddle
(transitive) to subject (iron) to puddling
(intransitive) to dabble or wade in puddles, mud, or shallow water
(intransitive) to mess about
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