Of or using a mixture of acetylene and oxygen: an oxyacetylene torch. (adjective)
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Use "oxyacetylene" in a sentence
"Blacksmiths today might also utilize oxyacetylene which is comparable to a blowtorch for a more precise heating."
"He gives Bass Mantra a steel wool brush up, creating a high-tensile, claustrophobic track of inexorable build via oxyacetylene sputter and metallic rattle."
"When he fails, even with an oxyacetylene torch and quartz test tubes, to replicate the 17th-century alchemist Hennig Brand's breakthrough in extracting glowing phosphorus from his own urine, Mr. Aldersey-Williams concludes that "whatever his delusions, Brand was clearly a formidable experimental scientist.""