[ UK /hɜːmˈɛtɪk/ ]
  1. completely sealed; completely airtight
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How To Use hermetic In A Sentence

  • His work remained hermetically anonymous.
  • It is Faur's contention that the Kabbalist rabbis, seen through the filter of the vertical model, transform the Talmudic tradition -- based on a pluralistic dialogue and formal legal strictures -- into an occult hermeticism creating a Judaism that is sealed off from critical reading and rational science. David Shasha: Two Models of Jewish Tradition: Vertical-Hierarchical and Horizontal Pluralist
  • Going into a somewhat different trajectory, specifically to continue a line of speculation from a previous post on an African bridge house: can someone be fundamentally altered — like the corn they're cultivating to produce cancer cures — while living quasi-permanently in flourescent-lit dampness and hermetic seclusion, detached from the vagaries of weather, time and natural pollination, amidst pure geology? Cave Pharming
  • Newton had indeed been inspired by theories of sympathies and antipathies in alchemy and Hermetic philosophy.
  • We pollute, litter and desecrate our own country because we live in hermetic air-conditioned vinyl castles. Police Continue Serial Rapist DNA Hunt at cvillenews.com
  • Indeed, the hermetics symbolized a particular altered state—a kind of specialized trance—as a lady of dark complexion.53 The Templar Revelation
  • Electroforms have been used as flexible joints, hermetic seals, electromagnetic shields, and other special functions, and have long provided designers with unusual shapes.
  • In order to study the first of these properties, the porous partition, fixed by a hermetical joint to a glass tube, is immersed in the water (Fig. 2). Scientific American Supplement No. 819, September 12, 1891
  • The prisoners were filed off to the seaports and crowded into cattle-wagons, the awnings of which, hermetically closed, let in no breath of air.
  • The long thin office wings enclose two hermetic internal courtyards or patios.
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