evaporate

[ ih-vap-uh-reyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF evaporate

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR EVAPORATE

The beds should now be watched and should not be allowed to evaporate or dry out.

Natural forces of this kind do not, it must be recollected, evaporate.

How can it when the water from the oceans cannot evaporate to form clouds?

It will evaporate fast there, and leave its salt on the bottom of the hollow.

Ah, that charm by charm should evaporate from the talisman which had enchanted our existence!

There are sluices attached to these pools by which any water that may not evaporate is drawn off.

It is seldom necessary to add acid, as this does not evaporate.

Wash off the lysol with ether and allow the latter to evaporate.

Wash the lysol off with ether and allow the latter to evaporate.

His malice is fixed, and will not evaporate by any of your mild courses.

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