nonfluid

nonfluid

(ˌnɒnˈfluːɪd)
n
a substance that is not a fluid
adj
not fluid
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Defining the posterior palatal seal on a definitive impression for a maxillary complete denture by using a nonfluid wax addition technique.
This semi-dry paint still contained some water but was nonfluid.
The pyrolysis experiments were carried out both on wet paint (experiments 1-3) and on semi-dry nonfluid paint (experiment 4) samples.
Nonfluid ready-to-eat foods are frequently exposed to post-process surface contamination, leading to a reduction in their shelf life.
The GUSS allowed a graded rating with separate evaluations for nonfluid and fluid nutrition, beginning with nonfluid textures.
This autonomy emerged at the same time that nonfluid categories of racialism took shape.
WesternGeco has proven seismic acquisition experience in the area's harsh arctic conditions and also offers the use of environmentally friendly technologies that include the Q-Marine Solid* streamer with nonfluid fill.
Whenever you are out in the on hot days make sure drink plenty of nonfluids, in particularwater.