|clump of abrasive steel strands||steel wool|
|(Chemistry) of or containing molybdenum (metallic element used to strengthen and harden steel), relating to molybdenum with a high valence||molybdic|
|(Chemistry) of or containing molybdenum (metallic element used to strengthen and harden steel), relating to molybdenum with a low valence||molybdous|
|(Medicine) surgical removal of an embolus (clump of undissolved material in the bloodstream), removal of blockage in blood vessel||embolectomy|
|(Mn) grayish-white metallic element used in the manufacture of steel (Chemistry), `:Mn, brittle grayish-white metallic element||manganese|
|(Mo) graphite-like mineral of the chromium group used to strengthen and harden steel (Chemistry), `:Mo, metallic element||molybdenum|
|(Nb) soft ductile metallic element used in steel alloys (Chemistry), `:Nb||niobium|
|(V) toxic silvery white metallic element used in strengthening steel (Chemistry), `:V, silvery-white metallic element||vanadium|
|abrasive and hurtful, act of cutting; something cut off; small piece cut from a plant; piece cut from a newspaper, changing of shots in film, clipping, editing process, part of plant for propagation, sharp, caustic, very cold||cutting|
|abrasive paper||emery paper|
|abrasive wheel||emery wheel|
|act of joining by splicing; place where two parts have been joined by splicing, connection, interweave strands of two ropes, join by connecting the ends; join by overlapping and binding (of wood); unite, join together; marry, join in marriage, join end...||splice|
|act of scrubbing; act of rubbing with an abrasive material; act of thoroughly searching an area; diarrhea (Veterinary Med.), clean by rubbing, cleaning substance, flush something out, free something from dirt or impurities, have diarrhea, move about at...||scour|
|act of smoothing something, file or scrape something, flat tool with an abrasive surface; act of scraping, act of scouring, abrasion, harsh grating sound, irritate somebody, raspberry, say something in harsh voice, abrade, type of file||rasp|
|adhere or cause something to adhere, adhere; clump; fasten, adhered; clumped; fastened, agglutination, clump or cause cells to clump, form compound word||agglutinate|
|adhesion, agglutinate, cell clump, clumped mass, clumping of cells, compound word formation, process of fastening or attaching; compound word made from other words||agglutination|
|alloy that contains iron (Chemistry), iron alloy used in steel production||ferroalloy|
|amorphous hydroxide of iron (found in certain rocks); pure iron; substance containing iron, form of iron occurring in steel, iron mineral, magnetic iron oxide||ferrite|
|Andrew Carnegie (1835-1919), American steel manufacturer and philanthropist; family name||Carnegie|
|any border or edging, area bordering putting green, band produced by diffraction of light, decorate with a fringe, edge with a fringe; ring, surround, decorate with fringe, decorative edging of strands, faction within a group, form fringe round, fringe...||fringe|
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