(Vit"re*ous*ness), n. The quality or state of being vitreous.
(Vi*tres"cence) n. The quality or state of being vitreous; glassiness, or the quality of being
vitrescent; capability of conversion into glass; susceptibility of being formed into glass. Kirwan.
(Vi*tres"cent) a. [See Vitreous.] Capable of being formed into glass; tending to become
(Vi*tres"ci*ble) a. [Cf. F. vitrescible.] That may be vitrified; vitrifiable.
(Vit"ric) a. [L. vitrum glass.] Having the nature and qualities of glass; glasslike; distinguished
(Vit`ri*fac"tion) n. [Cf. Vitrification.] The act, art, or process of vitrifying; also, the state of
(Vit`ri*fac"ture) n. [L. vitrum glass + facere, factum, to make.] The manufacture of glass
(Vit"ri*fi`a*ble) a. [Cf. F. vitrifiable.] Capable of being vitrified, or converted into glass by
heat and fusion; as, flint and alkalies are vitrifiable.
(Vi*trif"i*ca*ble) a. Vitrifiable. [Obs.]
(Vit"ri*fi*cate) v. t. To convert into glass; to vitrify. [Obs.] Bacon.