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slag

 (slăg)
n.
1. The vitreous mass left as a residue by the smelting of metallic ore.
2. See scoria.
tr. & intr.v. slagged, slag·ging, slags
To change into or form slag.

[Low German slagge, from Middle Low German.]

slag′gy adj.
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