Definition of chemurgic in US English:

chemurgic

adjective

North American
  • See chemurgy

    • ‘In July, David Wright, University Intellectual Integrity Officer, will begin spending half days writing a history of the farm chemurgic movement from 1920 to 1955.’
    • ‘These chemurgic works reflected his long-standing commitment to the use of farm carbohydrates as industrial feedstocks for plastics, paints, gasohol, and other commercially viable products.’
    • ‘They had a new idea, a chemurgic idea: besides the fiber, hemp could be a source of cellulose.’

Pronunciation

chemurgic

/kəˈmərjik/