Slag

Slag,

Definition of Slag:

  1. Waste content of metal ores that floats on the surface during the process of extracting or refining metal. Containing mainly silicates, sulfates, and phosphates of calcium, slag is used principally in road building and concrete admixtures. Also called tailing.

  2. A woman who has many casual sexual encounters or relationships.

  3. Stony waste matter separated from metals during the smelting or refining of ore.

  4. Produce deposits of slag.

Synonyms of Slag

Alluvion, Alluvium, Ash, Ashes, Bones, Brand, Calx, Carbon, Chaff, Charcoal, Cinder, Clinker, Coal, Coke, Coom, Culm, Deadwood, Deposition, Deposits, Diluvium, Dishwater, Draff, Dregs, Dross, Dust, Ember, Feces, Filings, Froth, Fume, Garbage, Gash, Grounds, Hogwash, Husks, Lava, Leavings, Lees, Loess, Moraine, Offal, Offscourings, Offscum, Orts, Parings, Potsherds, Precipitate, Precipitation, Rags, Raspings, Reek, Refuse, Scoria, Scourings, Scrap iron, Scraps, Scum, Sediment, Settlings, Shards, Shavings, Silt, Sinter, Slack, Slop, Slops, Smoke, Smudge, Smut, Soot, Stubble, Sublimate, Sullage, Sweepings, Swill, Tares, Wastage, Waste, Waste matter, Wastepaper, Weeds

How to use Slag in a sentence?

  1. The burning liquid iron was forming a scum of slag.

Meaning of Slag & Slag Definition