distill[ dih-stil ]SEE DEFINITION OF distill
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DISTILL
How shall I thank you for allowing me, Susie the little, to distill your writings?
A blade of grass is a mystery, if men would but distill it out.
Even youth, however, could distill but slender hope from this.
The product which then commences to distill is known as tailings.
There are a few women who distill loyalty out of declined passion; but not many.
In Fig. 34 is shown a form of Gillaume still designed to distill all sorts of liquids whether thin or thick.
Give fire by small quantities, the water and the oil will distill together, although the water ought in order to issue out first.
I want to do some swimming, and we need to distill some water for drink; we need to refill the tanks in case of emergencies.
It answers very well to distill, and may be boiled down to sugar.
He used to distill egge-shells, and 'twas from hence that Ben Johnson had his hint of the alkimist, whom he meant.