dross : Definition, Usages, News and More
- n worthless or dangerous material that should be removed
- n the scum formed by oxidation at the surface of molten metals
- And from such dross is true art made.
- I took a sip from the glass (which he had forgotten to salt) and tasted a cloyingly sweet dross.
- But he was a name by then, and his audience was usually entranced enough by the insights he offered to accept all the dross that accompanied them.
News & Articles
- Industrial Solder Stations offer adjustable tip temperatures.
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June 11, 2013 - ThomasNet
- Tony Mowbray in Sportinglife.com
I don't want to be harsh but I thought it was a pretty dross game of football,said Mowbray. "I don't think there was too much to talk about, it was a pretty poor match. I can't remember them having too many chances but we've lost 1-0 and...
- Steve Bruce in AFP
The referee was dross,said Bruce, whose side have won only once away in the league this season. "He made some poor decisions. But I got fined last month and don't want to say too much. The tulips and daffodils are out now and I don't want...