Silver ore after pulverization is smelted by mixing with it fifty per cent.
Passed over the field, it stirred up the ground and continued the pulverization of the soil to make a mellow, friable seed bed.
pulverization of the rock by machinery for use on land is recent.
The weight of this quickly rolling stone effects the pulverization of the ore.
The starch obtained from the root of an American plant by pulverization.
To Hiram Gilcrest these sermons seemed the undermining, blowing up and pulverization of the whole structure of sound doctrine.
In substances such as dried blood, pulverization is very tedious.
1650s, noun of action from pulverize, or else from French pulvérisation, from Middle French pulveriser.
To defeat thoroughly; punish; clobber (1631+)