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Either way, the fact that the planet may be so heavily hydrated does not, alas, mean much for the possibility of Martian life, since the water molecules are entrained in the rocks and clay, not percolating in free-standing underground pools.
MARS HAS MUCH MORE WATER THAN PREVIOUSLY KNOWN—BUT THERE'S A CATCHJEFFREY KLUGERMARCH 16, 2021TIME
Those collisions provide the heat to convert hydroxyl molecules to water molecules, but those molecules are then entrained within microscopically small glass beads also created by the collisions.
NASA FOUND MORE WATER ON THE MOON—BUT DON'T PLAN ON HAVING A SIP ANY TIME SOONJEFFREY KLUGEROCTOBER 26, 2020TIME
There was a general rush to the stores after dinner, as we hear we are to entrain for Pretoria to-morrow.
IN THE RANKS OF THE C.I.V.ERSKINE CHILDERS
Orders were received for the Regiment to entrain for Machadodorp for the purpose of garrisoning the railway blockhouses.
THE RECORD OF A REGIMENT OF THE LINEM. JACSON
Perhaps some soldiers are going along to a place of meeting, where they expect to entrain for the front.
MOTOR BOAT BOYS DOWN THE DANUBELOUIS ARUNDEL
Nobody came to the hotel to inform them when the unit was to entrain.
RUTH FIELDING IN THE RED CROSSALICE B. EMERSON
The men, their kitbags already packed and their equipment on, rapidly began to entrain in the waiting troop trains.
AUSTRALIA IN ARMSPHILLIP F.E. SCHULER
Even in the laws and religion of the French there now and then appeared marks of their irrepressible entrain.
THE ENGLISH NOVEL IN THE TIME OF SHAKESPEAREJ. J. JUSSERAND
He scarcely ever reached again this terseness and vivacity of style, and this entrain.
THE ENGLISH NOVEL IN THE TIME OF SHAKESPEAREJ. J. JUSSERAND
Actually at noon on the 25th we got the order to entrain at Harlow at midnight, and the next morning we were on Southampton Docks.
THE FIFTH LEICESTERSHIREJ.D. HILLS
SYNONYM OF THE DAY
JULY 26, 2021
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WORDS RELATED TO ENTRAIN

  • ascend
  • board
  • climb
  • embark
  • enplane
  • entrain
  • go up
  • scale
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