smelt

All Verb Noun
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  • I smelt things no one else could, and more things than I now can. Cited from Doctor and Patient, by S. Weir Mitchell
  • The smelting process was often carried out away from the rest of the community.
  • The smelting process is carried out entirely by men and often away from the village.
  • It drew its head out, and going to the boy stopped and smelt him. Cited from The Honour of the Flag, by W. Clark Russell
  • The smelting process used is different from the modern mass production of steel.
  • This meant they had to smelt no matter what wind conditions were.
  • I thought that he must have observed us or smelt us, and was about to charge. Cited from The Gorilla Hunters, by R.M. Ballantyne
  • One fell slowly on his side; the other smelt at the fallen one. Cited from In Search of the Okapi, by Ernest Glanville
  • The small room was filled with books, old and new, and smelt of them. Cited from Taquisara, by F. Marion Crawford
  • Couldn't we have smelt our way out by our own track, same as he did? Cited from Sappers and Miners, by George Manville Fenn
  • A long, long time after that she saw sunshine and smelt something very beautiful. Cited from Captivity, by M. Leonora Eyles [AKA: Margaret Leonora Pitcairn Eyles]
  • The smelting process used is different from that of the modern mass production of steel.
  • Yet he has smelted and cast it into the grand shapes we see. Cited from Gibbon, by James Cotter Morison
  • The large number of smelting sites also point to the amount of labor required by using their method.
  • In the past this area was known for iron smelting and iron goods.
  • The employment agency smelt as though it had been dead a very long time. Cited from The Beautiful and Damned, by F. Scott Fitzgerald
  • The governor saw and heard and smelt, but he said nothing. Cited from Across China on Foot, by Edwin Dingle
  • A certain king of France said that nothing smelt so sweet as the dead body of an enemy. Cited from The Life of Duty, v. 2, by H. J. Wilmot-Buxton
  • But he too, I know, smelt victory in the air that day. Cited from With British Guns in Italy, by Hugh Dalton
  • Wonder whether it is that one I knew, and he smelt me and come to see. Cited from Trapped by Malays, by George Manville Fenn
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Meaning of smelt

  • noun Small cold-water silvery fish; migrate between salt and fresh water
  • noun Small trout-like silvery marine or freshwater food fishes of cold northern waters
  • verb Extract (metals) by heating