Adjective "Wax" Definition and Examples


    Adjective:

    Wax


    Definition:

    1. Also called beeswax. a solid, yellowish, nonglycerine substance allied to fats and oils, secreted by bees, plastic when warm and melting at about 145°F, variously employed in making candles, models, casts, ointments, etc., and used by bees in constructing their honeycomb.

    2. any of various similar substances, as spermaceti or the secretions of certain insects and plants.Compare vegetable wax, wax insect.

    3. any of a group of substances composed of hydrocarbons, alcohols, fatty

    Origin:
    wax

    Examples:

    "yarns can be wax on cones."

    "yarns can be wax."

    "parts can be wax."

    "papers can be wax."

    "crayons can be wax."

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