dissolve[ dih-zolv ]SEE DEFINITION OF dissolve
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DISSOLVE
Besides, as he said to a colleague, "If we did not dissolve we would be showing the white feather."
Dissolve an ounce of isinglass in as much warm water as will cover it.
Pour on them as much white wine as will cover and dissolve them.
Dissolve half a pound of loaf-sugar in half a pint of claret.
Then dissolve it by stirring it in a saucepan over the fire.
Dissolve the gum and honey in it, and strain it through muslin.
The longer gelatine soaks, the more quickly it will dissolve.
Dissolve a pound of alum, and as much cream of tartar, in a quart of boiling water, and add two full gallons of cold water to it.
To one pint of juice, add a pound and a half of fine sugar; dissolve the sugar in water, and boil it till the water is dried up.
For marbling books or paper, dissolve four ounces of gum arabac in two quarts of water, and pour it into a broad vessel.