Word of The Day – Zymurgy

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Word of The Day – Zymurgy.
Definitions for zymurgy
1. the branch of applied chemistry dealing with fermentation, as in winemaking, brewing, the preparation of yeast, etc.

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Citations:

He was going to work in a brewery for the summer, attracted by the job’s requiring a knowledge of zymurgy…
Geoffrey Wagner, The Asphalt Campus, 1963

Signs of the times can be seen in the entries dropped and added between editions of the stylebook. Gone are Molotov cocktail, women’s liberation, monkey wrench, Novocain and zymurgy (a word for fermentation that hasn’t been used or abused in decades).
William Safire, “On Language: The Way We Live Now,” New York Times, November 14, 1999

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