force pump

force pump

force pump ExamplesWord Origin noun

  1. a pump that delivers a liquid under pressure, so as to eject it forcibly.

Compare lift pump. Origin of force pump First recorded in 1650–60 Examples from the Web for force pump Historical Examples of force pump

  • If they are produced as by a force-pump, they are an insult.

    If Winter Don’t

    Barry Pain

  • This elasticity performs the function of the air-chamber of the force-pump.

    How it Works

    Archibald Williams

  • Now the piston in the force-pump is about one inch in diameter.

    Harper’s New Monthly Magazine, Vol. 3, July, 1851


  • There was only the sound of the force-pump and the swallowing of the Eddy.

    Romany of the Snows

    Gilbert Parker

  • I spray with London purple, using a force-pump, and think I have reduced the codling-moth.

    The Apple


  • British Dictionary definitions for force pump force pump noun

    1. a pump that ejects fluid under pressureCompare lift pump

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