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Liquefy   Listen
verb
Liquefy  v. t.  (past & past part. liquefied; pres. part. liquefying)  
1.
To convert from a solid form to that of a liquid; to melt; to dissolve; and technically, to melt by the sole agency of heat.
2.
To convert from a gaseous form into a liquid; as, to liquefy natural gas.






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"Liquefy" Quotes from Famous Books



... knowledge of so many mean and ugly things. Of late Father Domenico had seemed to me less calm than usual: his eyes had grown strangely bright, and red spots had formed on his salient cheekbones. One day last week, taking his hand, I felt his pulse flutter, and all his strength as it were, liquefy under my touch. "You are ill," I said. "You have fever, Father Domenico. You have been overdoing yourself—some new privation, some new penance. Take care and do not tempt Heaven; remember the flesh is weak." Father Domenico ...
— Hauntings • Vernon Lee

... then rode The Count, inflamed with wrath, Where, in his iron foundry, glowed The ore, and bubbled forth. The workmen here, with busy hand, The fire both late and early fanned. The sparks fly out, the bellows ply, As if the rock to liquefy. ...
— The Works of Frederich Schiller in English • Frederich Schiller



Words linked to "Liquefy" :   distill, distil, fuse, condense, change, liquefiable, change integrity, dethaw, alter, modify, natural philosophy, dissolve, change state, liquidise, unthaw, liquify, liquidize, unfreeze, melt, flux, thaw, liquefaction, turn



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