Definition of cobalt :
1. A commercial name of a crude arsenic used as fly poison.
2. A tough, lustrous, reddish white metal of the iron group, not easily fusible, and somewhat magnetic. Atomic weight 59. 1. Symbol Co.
carbon monoxide gas, atomic number 27, Co, conscientious objector, carbon monoxide
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- " And here is where Captain Lewis, experimenting with some strange water he had found- with some cobalt and 'isonglass' in it- got very ill from it. - "The Young Alaskans on the Missouri", Emerson Hough.
- This globule may be examined for iron, cobalt, and nickel with the borax bead. - "The Elements of Blowpipe Analysis", Frederick Hutton Getman.
- The most majestic of mountains and the softest of summer clouds are to him but flat washes of cobalt, and the loveliest of dimples on the fairest of cheeks but a shadow- tone, and a high light made real by pats of indigo and vermilion. - "The Underdog", F. Hopkinson Smith.