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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR EBULLITION

I was then taken to visit his incandescent ovens and his vats in a state of ebullition.

Sebright had paused only long enough for this ebullition to be over.

The scene is too solemn for an ebullition of boisterous mirth.

“We must try to overtake them,” said I, without answering to the ebullition.

But their ebullition of glee was a little too much for their father's nerves.

I had no reason to complain that my name was included in this ebullition.

After first ebullition, our Man from Shropshire quietens down.

As a matter of fact, in their family every ebullition of feeling was regarded as childish.

The hops are introduced during the progress of the ebullition.

Experiments have not yet explained how gelatine is formed from skin by ebullition.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR EBULLITION

melting point

nounpoint at which something melts
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.