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1. oxyacetylene

noun. a mixture of oxygen and acetylene; used to create high temperatures for cutting or welding metals.

Synonyms

  • mixture
  • alkyne
  • acetylene

Etymology

  • acetylene (English)
  • acétylène (French)
  • oxy- (English)

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Rhymes with Oxyacetylene Torch

  • scorch
  • porch
  • foertsch
  • dortch

Sentences with oxyacetylene-torch


1. Noun Phrase
Put on the cutting glasses and light the oxyacetylene torch.

2. Noun Phrase
Open the gas to turn on the oxyacetylene torch.

3. Noun Phrase
If necessary, heat the nuts of the connection with an oxyacetylene torch.

4. Noun Phrase
Inspect the oxyacetylene torch to ensure that parts are not damaged.

2. torch

noun. ['ˈtɔrtʃ'] a light usually carried in the hand; consists of some flammable substance.

Synonyms

  • light source
  • light

Antonyms

  • chaste
  • fatty
  • well

Etymology

  • torche (Old French (842-ca. 1400))

3. torch

noun. ['ˈtɔrtʃ'] tall-stalked very woolly mullein with densely packed yellow flowers; ancient Greeks and Romans dipped the stalks in tallow for funeral torches.

Synonyms

  • great mullein
  • woolly mullein
  • flannel leaf
  • Aaron's rod
  • common mullein
  • velvet plant
  • mullein
  • flannel mullein

Antonyms

  • sufficient
  • stressed
  • heavy-footed
  • deep

Etymology

  • torche (Old French (842-ca. 1400))

4. torch

noun. ['ˈtɔrtʃ'] a burner that mixes air and gas to produce a very hot flame.

Synonyms

  • oxyacetylene torch
  • blowlamp
  • burner

Antonyms

  • bright
  • dull
  • dullness
  • light

Etymology

  • torche (Old French (842-ca. 1400))

5. torch

noun. ['ˈtɔrtʃ'] a small portable battery-powered electric lamp.

Synonyms

  • penlight
  • flashlight battery
  • electric lamp

Antonyms

  • darken
  • ascend
  • rise
  • heavy

Etymology

  • torche (Old French (842-ca. 1400))

6. torch

verb. ['ˈtɔrtʃ'] burn maliciously, as by arson.

Synonyms

  • fire
  • burn down

Antonyms

  • significant
  • intemperate
  • compact

Etymology

  • torche (Old French (842-ca. 1400))
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