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adjective as in anhydrous

adjective as in condensed

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noun as in milk

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And any semblance of normality that had previously existed seemed to have evaporated.

But that fear evaporated after the midterm elections, when Republicans won control of the Senate.

As the sentences were read out, any shred of optimism evaporated.

In the 1990s, his pace began to slacken, and eventually the hits evaporated.

His smile immediately evaporated and he asked if I knew who he was and what had I done to recruit more blacks to the GOP?

But last night I told Mr. Hofer that my slender stock of patience had gone—flown—evaporated.

In the rainy season water is doubtless abundant, but must be soon evaporated.

When the sun rises the water evaporated by the heat returns from these little storehouses into the body of the atmosphere.

Large manufacturing plants in the southwestern part of Virginia produce evaporated and condensed milk.

The syllogisms were overthrown by their satire, and their arguments evaporated in their vituperation.


On this page you'll find 173 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to evaporated, such as: arid, bone-dry, dehydrated, dry, moistureless, and parched.

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