Thesaurus / desiccation

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More frequently a desiccation of some of these products ensues, with permanent chronic inflammation.

The frosting may be incident to local climatic conditions at the time and place of desiccation.

The North American Slime-MouldsThomas H. (Thomas Huston) MacBride

But this desiccation hypothesis was not accepted by Playfair, who thought it much more likely that the land had risen.

Always, then, when we succeed in preserving from putrefaction this animal part, the other parts will be disposed to desiccation.

In older wounds they did their best to obtain union by cleansing, desiccation, and refreshing of the edges.

A minor cause of tension-jointing is shrinkage, due either to cooling or to desiccation.

The nitrate beds are thus essentially a product of desiccation.

Ample opportunity was thus given for its desiccation and subsequent distribution as dust.

Bacteria in Daily LifeMrs. Percy Frankland

The physical disinfectants are sunlight, desiccation, and heat.

All through the year the atmosphere is so dry and light that meat can be preserved by the simplest process of desiccation.

opposites of desiccation

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