Definition of Liquates

1. liquate [v] - See also: liquate



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Liquates

lipsynch
lipsynched
lipsynching
lipsynchs
lipsyncing
lipsyncs
liptinite
liptinites
liptinitic
lipuria
lipuric
lipyl
liquable
liquate
liquated
liquates
liquating
liquation
liquations
liquefacient
liquefaction
liquefaction degeneration
liquefactions
liquefactive
liquefactive necrosis
liquefiable
liquefication
liquefied
liquefied natural gas
liquefied petroleum gas

Literary usage of Liquates

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Transactions of the American Institute of Mining, Metallurgical and (1915)
"It is interesting to note that the black copper produced contains 3 per cent, of silver, two-thirds of which liquates out with the lead while one-third ..."

2. The Encyclopedia of Chemistry, Practical and Theoretical: Embracing Its by James Curtis Booth, Campbell Morfit (1862)
"... which may be raised or depressed by a pulley; et an iron trough or channel into which the lead liquates and runs towards one end into a crucible. ..."

3. The Iron and Steel Magazine by Albert Sauveur (1901)
"That when the phosphide eutectic is expelled from the iron by the absorption of carbon in the cementation furnace, a large part of it liquates out of the ..."

4. Transactions by American Institute of Mining Engineers, Metallurgical Society of AIME, Society of Mining Engineers of AIME. (1915)
"It is interesting to note that the black copper produced contains 3 per cent, of silver, two-thirds of which liquates out with the lead while one-third ..."

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