alloy by Will Dabish
1.
a substance composed of two or more metals, or of a metal or metals with a nonmetal, intimately mixed, as by fusion or electrodeposition
2.
a less costly metal mixed with a more valuable one
3.
standard; quality; fineness
4.
admixture, as of good with evil.
5.
anything added that serves to reduce quality or purity
6.
to mix (metals or metal with nonmetal) so as to form an alloy
7.
to reduce in value by an admixture of a less costly metal
8.
to debase, impair, or reduce by admixture; adulterate



Sentences
  1. I had to alloy to make the right texture.
  2. You must have special materials to alloy.
  3. This is a special alloy.
  4. I am an alloy of good and bad.
  5. It is fun to alloy metals.
  6. Have you ever tried to alloy?
  7. I just made my first alloy!
  8. “Hope your alloy goes well,” I say.
Variations of alloy
  1. Alloying
  2. Alloyer
Synonyms and Antonyms


Synonyms: Blend, fusion, hybrid, reduction
Antonyms: Divide, division, separate, separation




Picture
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Cool coin alloy for a 1964 coin.