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cæment (countable and uncountable, plural cæments)

  1. Archaic spelling of cement.
    • 1764, A New and Complete Dictionary of Arts and Sciences, volume 3, page 2,035, “mastich”:
      We meet with a kind of cæment ſometimes kept in the ſhops under the name of maſtich.


cæment (third-person singular simple present cæments, present participle cæmenting, simple past and past participle cæmented)

  1. Archaic spelling of cement.
    • 1640–1653, Robin Jeffs (editor), Fast Sermons to Parliament: V. 1–34. 1640/41–1650/53, volume 21, page 175 (1971 publication; Cornmarket Press; ISBN 0719130204, 9780719130205):
      Religion is (rerum-publicarum quoddam quaſi coagulum) that which cæments Common-wealths together[.]