1. the property of being warming
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How To Use calefaction In A Sentence

  • They have their cold days, but only now and then, and they do not deem it worth their while to provide against them: the science of calefaction is reserved for the north. Life of Father Hecker
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  • (mature female) to inhuman (hotwaterjar) calefaction, the stimulation of matutinal contact, the economy of mangling done on the premises in the case of trousers accurately folded and placed lengthwise between the spring mattress (striped) and the woollen mattress (biscuit section). Ulysses
  • The calefaction point of water is 178°, and that of alcohol 128°.
  • When the ingenious musician withdrew the bull's horn from his mouth, and paused after his labours in a state of extreme calefaction, murmurs of applause ran all round the room. Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine — Volume 55, No. 342, April, 1844
  • Such ecological alterations as have been observed as a result of the local calefaction of the river to date appear to be relatively inconsequential.
  • Charleton appeals to the explanation of such phenomena as rarefaction and condensation, the differences in "degrees of Gravity" of bodies, and the numerous ways in which bodies can interpenetrate at the micro-level in terms of solubility, absorption, calefaction, and diverse chemical reactions. Newton's Views on Space, Time, and Motion
  • “I await your response, youth,” said the second of the Priests, “or else your calefaction.” Hokas Pokas
  • For, though fire by heating, both liquefies and rarefies, there are not two powers in fire, one of liquefaction, the other of rarefaction: and fire produces all such actions by its own power of calefaction. Summa Theologica, Part II-II (Secunda Secundae) Translated by Fathers of the English Dominican Province
  • The principal producers of calefaction are power plants.
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