pyritical

See pyritic.

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  • Pyritical — Pyritic Py*rit ic, Pyritical Py*rit ic*al, a. (Min.) Of or pertaining to pyrites; consisting of, or resembling, pyrites. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • pyritical — py·rit·i·cal …   English syllables

  • pyritical — adjective see pyritic …   Useful english dictionary

  • Pyritic — Py*rit ic, Pyritical Py*rit ic*al, a. (Min.) Of or pertaining to pyrites; consisting of, or resembling, pyrites. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • pyrite — pyritic /puy rit ik, peuh /, pyritical, pyritous /peuh ruy teuhs, puy /, adj. /puy ruyt/, n. a very common brass yellow mineral, iron disulfide, FeS2, with a metallic luster, burned to sulfur dioxide in the manufacture of sulfuric acid:… …   Universalium

  • pyrite — /ˈpaɪraɪt / (say puyruyt) noun a very common brass yellow mineral, iron disulphide (FeS2), with a metallic lustre, burnt to sulphur dioxide in the manufacture of sulphuric acid; fool s gold. Also, pyrites, iron pyrites. {Latin pyrītēs. See… …   Australian English dictionary

  • pyrites — [pə rīt′ēz΄, pīrīt′ēz΄; pī′rīts΄] n. [see PYRITE] any of various native metallic sulfides, esp. iron pyrites pyritic [pirit′ik, pīrit′ik] adj. pyritical …   English World dictionary

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