grahamite

noun \ " \

Definition of grahamite

plural -s
: a lustrous pitch-black complex bituminous asphalt

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Origin and Etymology of grahamite

J.A. and J.L. Graham, 19th century American mineowners + English -ite


Grahamite

noun Gra·ham·ite \ -ˌmīt \

Definition of Grahamite

plural -s
: an advocate of Grahamism

Origin and Etymology of grahamite

S. Graham + English -ite


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