Complete Definition of "aeolipyle"

English
Etymology
From French éolipyle, from Latin Aeoli pylae ‘doorway of Aeolus’.

Pronunciation
IPA: /'i:əʊlɪpʌɪl/

Noun
aeolipyle

  1. an instrument used to demonstrate the force at which heated vapour escapes from a vessel through a narow aperture

Alternative spellings
aeolipile

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