What is another word for pulverized?

Pronunciation: [pˈʌlvəɹˌa͡ɪzd] (IPA)

Pulverized refers to the process of reducing something to a fine powder or dust. There are various synonymous words that are used to describe this process. For instance, "crushed" suggests the use of pressure or force to break something into smaller pieces. "Grinded" refers to the process of crushing something using a mill or a grinder. "Milled" also refers to the same process but using a milling machine. "Ground" suggests the process of making something into small particles using a mortar and a pestle. Another synonym could be "powdered" that suggests the final result of the pulverizing process.

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The word "pulverized" refers to something that has been reduced to fine particles. Antonyms for this term include "intact," "whole," "solid," "unbroken," and "unpulverized." These words indicate the state of something that has not been ground into tiny pieces. Other antonyms might include "coherent," "structured," "organized," or "composed," which suggest that something is held together in a particular shape or form. In contrast, "pulverized" suggests that something has been broken down, destroyed, or disrupted. Depending on the context, an antonym for "pulverized" might suggest unity, cohesion, or strength, rather than fragmentation or weakness.

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Usage examples for Pulverized

All soil is but broken and decomposed rock, pulverized by various agencies acting during long periods of time, counting centuries as days.
"The Story of Malta"
Maturin M. Ballou
For the wearing surface or the top layer the pebbles should, if possible, be comparatively clean, hard, angular, and tough, so that they will readily consolidate and will not be easily pulverized by the impact of traffic, into dust and mud.
"The Future of Road-making in America"
Archer Butler Hulbert
But there can be no doubt that millions of pounds' worth of diamonds were thrown away, owing to the clods not being properly pulverized.
"Reminiscences of a South African Pioneer"
W. C. Scully

Famous quotes with Pulverized

  • Art history is less explosive than the rest of history, so it sinks faster into the pulverized regions of time.
    Robert Smithson
  • It is childish to talk of happiness and unhappiness where infinity is in question. The idea which we entertain of happiness and unhappiness is something so special, so human, so fragile that it does not exceed our stature and falls to dust as soon as we go beyond its little sphere.We believe that we see nothing hanging over us but catastrophes, deaths, torments and disasters; we shiver at the mere thought of the great interplanetary spaces, with their cold and formidable and gloomy solitudes; and we imagine that the revolving worlds are as unhappy as ourselves because they freeze, or clash together, or are consumed in unutterable flames.It were much more reasonable to persuade ourselves that the catastrophes which we think that we behold are life itself, the joy and one or other of those immense festivals of mind and matter in which death, thrusting aside at last our two enemies, time and space, will soon permit us to take part. Each world dissolving, extinguished, crumbling, burnt or colliding with another world and pulverized means the commencement of a magnificent experiment, the dawn of a marvelous hope and perhaps an unexpected happiness drawn direct from the inexhaustible unknown. What though they freeze or flame, collect or disperse, pursue or flee one another: mind and matter, no longer united by the same pitiful hazard that joined them in us, must rejoice at all that happens; for all is but birth and re-birth, a departure into an unknown filled with wonderful promises and maybe an anticipation of some unutterable event … And, should they stand still one day, become fixed and remain motionless, it will not be that they have encountered calamity, nullity or death; but they will have entered into a thing so fair, so great, so happy and bathed in such certainties that they will for ever prefer it to all the prodigious chances of an infinity which nothing can impoverish.
    Maurice Maeterlinck
  • I don't like people who like me because I'm a Negro; neither do I like people who find in the same accident grounds for contempt. I love America more than any other country in the world, and, exactly for this reason, I insist on the right to criticize her perpetually. I think all theories are suspect, that the finest principles may have to be modified, or may even be pulverized by the demands of life, and that one must find, therefore, one's own moral center and move through the world hoping that this center will guide one aright.
    James Baldwin

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