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Infusorial

In`fu`so´ri`al
a.1.(Zool.) Belonging to the Infusoria; composed of, or containing, Infusoria; as, infusorial earth.
Infusorial earth
(Geol.) a deposit of fine, usually white, siliceous material, composed mainly of the shells of the microscopic plants called diatoms; also called diatomaceous earth, kieselguhr, and diatomite. It is used in polishing powder, and in the manufacture of dynamite.
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Infuriated
infuriating
infuriation
Infuscate
Infuscated
Infuscation
Infuse
Infuser
Infusibility
Infusible
infusible white precipitate
Infusibleness
Infusion
Infusionism
Infusive
Infusoria
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Infusorial earth
Infusorian
Infusory
Ing
inga
Inga edulis
Inga laurina
Ingannation
Ingate
Ingathering
Inge
Ingelable
Ingeminate
Ingemination
Ingena
Ingender
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