deliquesce[ del-i-kwes ]SEE DEFINITION OF deliquesce
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DELIQUESCE
The gills are free, flesh-colored, and inclined to deliquesce.
The plant at the extreme right has expanded and begun to deliquesce.
They'll deliquesce like fungi, and keep a hundred eulogists mopping the spot where they left off.
And all the substances which this acid unites with crystallize, and do not deliquesce.
The old name for the liquid formed when perchloride of iron is allowed to deliquesce by free exposure to the air.
It was nothing else than copper sulphate which had been allowed to deliquesce to a white powder.
In this figure one can see the change in color of the gills just at the time when they begin to deliquesce.
They then expand quickly, curl up in shreds, and deliquesce into a black inky fluid which stains the ground.
This feebler cohesive force renders it apt to deliquesce, especially if there be a small excess of the alkali.