granulate

[ gran-yuh-leyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF granulate

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR GRANULATE

It did granulate, and the first product sold for twelve thousand dollars—a large sum at that time.

In making sirup it is important to have it just thick enough to taste right and not so thick that it will granulate.

Dr. Morris: I am glad to have that observation that the wounds did not granulate and heal well.

It is stuffed with iodoform gauze, which is changed daily, and the cavity is allowed to granulate up from the bottom.

Take from fire, stir until it begins to granulate a little about the sides of the pan, and then pour into a greased pan.

If forged at a dark-red heat the iron generally will granulate or crack open and weaken the metal.

It is then deposited on great wooden tables to cool, and granulate into complete crystals of about the size of a pin's head.

The beating seems to do this, causing the dye to granulate in larger particles.

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