Draining

• (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Drain • (v. t.) The art of carrying off surplus water, as from land.
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draining

exhausting adjective having a debilitating effect; `an exhausting job in the hot sun`
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Draining

Drain'ing verbal noun of Drain , transitive verb (Agriculture) The art of carrying off surplus water, as from land. Draining tile . Same as Draintile .
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Draining

In agriculture, draining is a method of improving the soil by withdrawing the water from it by means of channels that are generally covered over. The successful practice of draining in a great measure depends on a proper knowledge of the superficial strata, of their situation, relative degrees of porosity, etc. Some strata allow water to pass throu...
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Draining

The process by which whey is drained from the milk solids, just before pressing.
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draining

When curds and whey are separated, and the whey is allowed to drain off.
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draining

[adj] - having a debilitating effect
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