NOUN
  1. something left after other parts have been taken away
    he threw away the rest
    he took what he wanted and I got the balance
    there was no remainder
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How To Use residuum In A Sentence

  • It may be that in harping in highest exultation how they had won to, and touched, the Path Ambrosial – the Amataŋ Padaŋ40 – Nibbana, they implied some state inconceivable to thought, inexpressible by language, while the one and the other are limited to concepts and terms of life; and yet a state which, while not in time or space, positively constitutes the sequel of the glorious and blissful days of this life's residuum. Psalms of the Sisters
  • There has always been a problem of classification in treatments of this social residuum; that of distinguishing between the worthy and unworthy poor.
  • Whereas the incorporation of the working class modified their systematic resentment at policing, police conflict with the residuum at the base of the social hierarchy remained.
  • In the process, social housing became a residuum. Times, Sunday Times
  • Residuum lac quod remanet post butirum permittunt acescere quantum acrius fieri potest et bulliunt illud, et coagulatur bulliendo, et coagulum illud desiccant ad solem, et efficitur durum sicut scoria ferri. The iournal of frier William de Rubruquis a French man of the order of the minorite friers, vnto the East parts of the worlde. An. Dom. 1253.
  • Though the residuum is in one sense a social category, the concept implies that the group stands outside society and resists easy categorization.
  • Residuum lac quod remanet post butirum permittunt acescere quantum acrius fieri potest et bulliunt illud, et coagulatur bulliendo, et coagulum illud desiccant ad solem, et efficitur durum sicut scoria ferri. The iournal of frier William de Rubruquis a French man of the order of the minorite friers, vnto the East parts of the worlde. An. Dom. 1253.
  • Residuum” is the magic dust that you can disenchant 4e magic items into. Mike Mearls Strangles Realism In D&D Like It’s An Unruly Hooker « Geek Related
  • _there is a residuum of knowledge displayed_ that can only be called supernormal: the medium taps some source of information not open to ordinary people. Memories and Studies
  • After evaluation of the residuum and comparison with a threshold value, a fault signal is generated when the residuum reaches the threshold value.
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