lubricity lubricity


  • (n) feeling morbid sexual desire or a propensity to lewdness


  1. Its impact depends not on lubricitythe schoolboy crush at the center of the story is idealistic and unconsummated.
  2. The way she says it, the word drips with such lubricity that you can't help knowing what known means.
  3. For all their current popularity and lubricity, novel-romances are old, old stories.


  • Engineered Coating can be applied to any metallic substrate.

    Available for samples/prototypes and part sizes that fit inside 32 in. cube., Boron Nitride Electroless Nickel (BNEN) plating service provides hardness and lubricity. Composite plating process, able to achieve demanding tolerances (.00005–.002 in. thicknesses), suits parts fabricated from aluminum, copper, brass, magnesium, stainless steel, and steel. Coefficient of friction, ability to ...
    on June 19, 2013     Source: ThomasNet

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