Mass

Science / Chemistry / Mass: Mass is a measure of the tendency of an object to resist acceleration. It's harder to roll a tractor trailer than a roller skate; the tractor trailer has a far greater mass.

Other Words for Mass

Mass Verb Synonyms: abundance, quantity, profusion, volume, multitude, horde, host, mob, crowd, throng, drove(s), herd(s), swarm(s), legion(s), score(s), number(s), bunch(es), ton(s), mountain, piles, bags, barrels, oodles, lots, oceans, loads, scads, mess, slew(s)
Mass Noun Synonyms: pile, heap, mountain, load, stack, mound, bunch, bundle, lot, batch, quantity, hoard, store, collection, accumulation, aggregation, agglomeration, congeries, assortment, miscellany, assemblage, conglomeration
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Breast Massage

Health / Massage / Breast Massage: This technique entails specific kneading, rubbing, and/or squeezing strokes applied to the soft tissue of the breast to increase lymph and blood flow. As poor circulation to this area can produce unco MORE

Thermal Mass

Business / Real Estate / Thermal Mass: Thermal mass is a property that enables building materials to absorb, store, and later release significant amounts of heat. Buildings constructed of concrete and masonry have a unique energy savings a MORE

Animal Massage

Health / Massage / Animal Massage: Both pets and performance animals experience soft-tissue damage in their daily lives just as humans do. Therapeutic massage provides significant relief, stimulates healing, and promotes stress reducti MORE

Kriya Massage

Health / Massage / Kriya Massage: Kriya is defined as spontaneous energy movement. Kriya Massage, developed by Kamala Renner in 1970, emphasizes the intuitive aspect by the practitioner in flowing with the "kriya" movement while perfo MORE

Lean Body Mass

Health / Fitness / Lean Body Mass: Everything in the body except for fat, including bone, organs, skin, nails and all body tissue including muscle. Approximately 50-60% of lean body mass is water. MORE

Water Mass

Science / Geology / Water Mass: A mass of water that fills part of an ocean or lake and is distinguished by its uniform physical and chemical properties, such as temperature and salinity. MORE

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