evaporated[ ih-vap-uh-reyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF evaporated
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR EVAPORATED
Then examine the meat to see how much of the liquid has evaporated.
Suddenly his gayety had evaporated, and he was conscious of his years.
Tree-fruits are evaporated as by-products, but the raisin is a primary product.
Moreover, though they evaporated at once, solidly they would return.
In the retreat of the Hermes the smell of musk had evaporated.
He had not much esteem for that enthusiasm for the Greeks which evaporated in words.
The poor fellow has evaporated like a cloud and left a red streak on the floor.
By this time, any sympathy that Trask might have felt for either party had evaporated.
"Evaporated from the print and paper, dear child," he explained paternally.
The total weight of water fed to and evaporated by the boiler.