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See definition of congelation on Dictionary.com
  • as incoagulation
  • as incold

synonyms for congelation

  • agglomeration
  • concentration
  • concretion
  • condensation
  • consolidation
  • curdling
  • embolism
  • inspissation
  • thickening
  • caseation
  • gelatination
  • incrassation
  • jellification
  • snow
  • chill
  • frost
  • refrigeration
  • rawness
  • ague
  • iciness
  • freeze
  • frostiness
  • coldness
  • chilliness
  • draft
  • frigidity
  • gelidity
  • gelidness
  • algidity
  • shivering
  • inclemency
  • glaciation
  • frostbite
  • wintertime
  • algor
  • frozenness
  • goose flesh
  • wintriness
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antonyms for congelation

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  • dispersal
  • separation
  • dissolution
  • melting
  • opening
  • thinning
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How to use congelation in a sentence

Upon the first principle, or the absorption of heat, are founded the various artificial methods of producing cold and congelation.
A DICTIONARY OF ARTS, MANUFACTURES AND MINESANDREW URE
It is just possible that the point of congelation may not be entirely independent of the presence of air in the water.
HOURS OF EXERCISE IN THE ALPSJOHN TYNDALL
His gracious familiarity became transformed, by some mysterious process of congelation, into a dignified formality of manner.
THE BLACK ROBEWILKIE COLLINS
Thus we would have a line of great heat and evaporation, graduating each way into a point of great cold and congelation.
A HISTORY OF SCIENCE, VOLUME 3(OF 5)HENRY SMITH WILLIAMS
But as soon as the surface of the torrent cools to the point of congelation, it loses the splendour of its first incandescence.
THE ERUPTION OF VESUVIUS IN 1872LUIGI PALMIERI
Now he understood what congelation the trembling approachers to her majesty must have suffered.
WE CAN'T HAVE EVERYTHINGRUPERT HUGHES
A contrary operation, as is now well known, takes place during the congelation of water, and heat is evolved.
A GENERAL HISTORY AND COLLECTION OF VOYAGES AND TRAVELS, VOLUME 16ROBERT KERR
All fluids, except water, contract in volume as they become colder to the point of congelation.
POPULAR EDUCATIONIRA MAYHEW
The water at our anchorage being fresh at half-tide, was, no doubt, in favour of this rapid congelation.
NARRATIVE OF THE SURVEYING VOYAGES OF HIS MAJESTY'S SHIPS ADVENTURE AND BEAGLE, BETWEEN THE YEARS 1826 AND 1836ROBERT FITZROY
The mountain was scaled: the region of perpetual congelation was entered.
THIRTY YEARS' VIEW (VOL. II OF 2)THOMAS HART BENTON
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WORDS RELATED TO CONGELATION

  • agglomeration
  • caseation
  • concentration
  • concretion
  • condensation
  • congelation
  • consolidation
  • curdling
  • embolism
  • gelatination
  • incrassation
  • inspissation
  • jellification
  • thickening
  • ague
  • algidity
  • algor
  • chill
  • chilliness
  • coldness
  • congelation
  • draft
  • freeze
  • frigidity
  • frost
  • frostbite
  • frostiness
  • frozenness
  • gelidity
  • gelidness
  • glaciation
  • goose flesh
  • iciness
  • inclemency
  • rawness
  • refrigeration
  • shivering
  • snow
  • wintertime
  • wintriness
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