fermentation

[ fur-men-tey-shuh n ]
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During the fermentation, stir the matter from time to time, and press it down with the hand, that it may be perfectly soaked.

These made unleavened bread, and were foes to the death to fermentation.

The second stage is the preparation of the grapes for fermentation.

Again, I spoke of the produce of fermentation as "spirit of wine."

Love is perhaps a fermentation of the molecules of the imagination.

A common example of fermentation is the change of cider into vinegar.

Or, to fermentation yielded, producing the spirited metheglin.

I am provoked into a fermentation, as my Lady Froth says; was ever the like read of in story?

That is gas,—gas manufactured by the process of fermentation.

When, moreover, the cells were destroyed by bruising, no fermentation ensued.

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