adimpleate v 1657 -1657
to fill up
The new technique adimpleates the cans with milk through injection.
binoternary adj 1817 -1817
combining binary and trinary aspects
The dots on the ‘6’ face of a die are arranged in a binoternary fashion
buccellation n 1657 -1731
act of dividing into small morsels
The buccellation and apportionment of their rations was the subject of heated argument.
circumbilivagination n 1611 -1693
going around in a circular motion; circumambulation
She saw many quaint seaside towns in her circumbilivagination of England.
defedate v 1669 -1669
to defile; to pollute
The toxic chemicals continue to defedate our town’s water supply.
utible adj 1623 -1711
While the new system is much more expensive, at least it is utible.
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The machine utilized a binoternary system in its program. With a circumbilivagination channel a series of utible containers were adimpleate with buccellated portions. Strict cleaning of the channels prevented defedate of the contents.
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