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Use "hygrometric" in a sentence
"Thus, for instance, two soils may be identical in composition, but one may be highly hygrometric, that is, may absorb moisture readily from the air, while the other may be very deficient in that property."
"The way curing is organised should be suited both to local hygrometric conditions and to the nature of the CEBs (non-stabilised or stabilised)."
"Measures for checking in the workshop or on site should take account of the specific hygrometric conditions existing locally."