gasometer

(redirected from Gas tower)
Also found in: Dictionary, Medical, Encyclopedia.
Graphic Thesaurus  🔍
Display ON
Animation ON
Legend
Synonym
Antonym
Related
  • noun

Synonyms for gasometer

a meter for measuring the amount of gas flowing through a particular pipe

Synonyms

Related Words

a large gas-tight spherical or cylindrical tank for holding gas to be used as fuel

Synonyms

Related Words

References in periodicals archive ?
Where once the landmark gas towers loomed, there is now a magnificent new stadium to match any in the country.
Montreal Trust Company Montreal Trust Company of Canada of Canada 6th Floor, Western Gas Tower 151 Front Street West 530 - 8th Avenue S.
Mrs Skinner said: "Blowing up the Foleshill gas tower was our single most successful event.
During 2002 there have been so many different events arranged to raise money, the noisiest of which has to be the gas tower demolition back in September.
John McGuigan, one of the council representatives on the Arena Coventry Company, said: "Since the gas tower was demolished we have taken a number of big steps forward so there are lots of positive things to tell.
Following the recent demolition of the last remaining gas tower it's all systems go on the pounds 120 million regeneration project for the north of the city that will transform the 60-plus acre site and breath new life in to area.
The problems started last Sunday morning, when the gas tower at Foleshill was demolished to make way for the new football stadium.
BLOWN AWAY: The Foleshill gas tower being demolished on Sunday
THE demise of the Foleshill gas tower prompted this letter from Mrs Janette King of Berkswell Road, Alderman's Green, Coventry.
MORE than 4,000 people made the early morning trip yesterday to watch the final Foleshill gas tower come crashing down.
I thought that perhaps when they had blown the gas tower up yesterday morning it had triggered a collapse of some disused mines below the city.
THE demolition of Foleshill's last gas tower tomorrow will be an emotional moment for a woman who saw it being built as a child.
DISABLED city pensioner Ruth Skuce is over the moon after being picked to press the button and blow up the old Foleshill gas tower tomorrow.
The controlled explosion of the Gas Tower in Foleshill is hopefully taking place on Sunday and we have been very busy selling the raffle tickets for the chance to press the button.