Definition of Liquefies

1. Verb. (third-person singular of liquefy) ¹



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Definition of Liquefies

1. liquefy [v] - See also: liquefy

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Liquefies

liquation
liquations
liquefacient
liquefaction
liquefaction degeneration
liquefactions
liquefactive
liquefactive necrosis
liquefiable
liquefication
liquefied
liquefied natural gas
liquefied petroleum gas
liquefier
liquefiers
liquefies (current term)
liquefy
liquefying
liquesce
liquesced
liquescency
liquescent
liquesces
liqueur
liqueured
liqueurs
liquid
liquid-laugh
liquid-like

Literary usage of Liquefies

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1. A Dictionary of Chemistry and the Allied Branches of Other Sciences by Henry Watts (1871)
"... afterwards liquefies, leaves a residue of charcoal, and gives off hydrochloric acid and ... liquefies ..."

2. Machinery for Refrigeration: Being Sundry Observations with Regard to the by Norman Selfe (1900)
"... WHICH liquefies UNDER PRESSURE. In referring to the second or more complex system of mechanical refrigeration it was stated that a volatile medium such ..."

3. Notes on the chemical lectures in the medical department of the University by Theodore George Wormley (1890)
"... and at —210° C. it liquefies without external pressure. 3. IMPENETRABILITY.—Two bodies cannot occupy the same space at the same time. 4. DIVISIBILITY. ..."

4. The Elements of Laboratory Work: A Course of Natural Science by Alfred George Earl (1890)
"To Measure the Numerical Value of the Temperature- change occurring in Surrounding Bodies when 1 gram of Ice liquefies.—A weighed quantity of water in a ..."

5. British Farmer's Magazine (1856)
"It has been ascertained, however, that the margarine of butter liquefies at a temperature of 118 deg. ..."

6. The Correlation of Physical Forces by William Robert Grove (1862)
"... raised by the contact of the warmer body, and as any elevation of temperature above the freezing point liquefies ice, every portion should be liquefied. ..."

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