2. Verb. (intransitive) To become fluid ¹
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Definition of Fluidify
1. fluidize [v FLUIDIFIED, FLUIDIFYING, FLUIDIFIES] - See also: fluidize
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Literary usage of Fluidify
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1. Gold as a Remedy in Disease: Notably in Some Forms of Organic Heart Disease by James Compton Burnett (1879)
"They differ from the mercurial remedies in this, that they stimulate more the activity of the heart, and of the blood-vessels, but do not fluidify organic ..."
2. Eating to Live Long by William Henry Porter (1920)
"As these acid radicals are considered essential to emulsify and fluidify all oils, here lies their economic value as dietetic agents. ..."
3. Materia medica (1918)
"The probability is that if unchanged in the stomach it has a nauseant action, and acts reflexly to increase and fluidify the bronchial, secretions. ..."
4. The American Journal of the Medical Sciences by Southern Society for Clinical Investigation (U.S.) (1889)
"These bacteria do not fluidify gelatine. The colonies are white to the naked eye when they have reached a considerable size, and under the microscope have a ..."