other words for dissolvent
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He intended it for a dissolvent of calx of gold; but the truth is, Sir Kenelm was an arrant mountebank.
If dissolvent ideas do make their way, it is because the society was already ripe for dissolution.
The dissolvent and destructive aspect of science is not less important.
If to some men misery is a tonic, on others it acts as a dissolvent; and the count was of the latter.
This it is that most shakes our vital desire and most intensifies the dissolvent efficacy of reason.
The dream was agonizing as he tried one dissolvent after another without success.
The stomach has a dissolvent that causes hunger, and puts man in mind of his want of food.
To him it was a dissolvent of greater or less activity, according to the nature of the individual in whom it worked.
Equality, as a phrase, having done duty as a dissolvent, was pressed into service as a constructor.
There are organizations which it affects like a dissolvent, there are others which it affects like wine.