from The Century Dictionary.

  • Pertaining to or having the nature of hydrocarbon.


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  • But by the time the Fall got to Phoenix, as far as hydrocarbonic intake goes, Glen Campbell had nothing on the soppy and stroppy Mark E. Smith, rock 'n' roll's resident Dylan Thomas.

    The Fall online - latest Fall News 2006

  • Thus, there exists a complete local source of hydrogen, oxygen and carbon, ideal for synthesizing various hydrocarbonic chemicals or making complicated polyethylene materials such as stellene, so useful in space.

    The Planet Strappers Raymond Z. Gallun 1952


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