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The snow had melted from the house-tops and the streets were as London streets are after the first fall of snow of the season.
The outer ice was melted, our lovely cities crumbled to nothing, so that creatures like Ban Cruach might have water!
BLACK AMAZON OF MARSLEIGH BRACKETT
All that was bright and attractive in Mark had melted away before the scorching, withering flame of alcohol.
NEARLY LOST BUT DEARLY WONTHEODORE P. WILSON
In serving fish of the finer kinds, no other additions are required than melted butter and the ordinary fish sauces and pickles.
His old cloths would have melted instantly from contact with such heat; but, to his surprise, this piece underwent no such change.
And when the Merchant at last got him to his feet, much of the salt had melted away.
You may have heard the old explanation of how a cannon is made: “you take a hole, and pour a lot of melted iron round it.”
Into this mould they pour the alloy out of the very crucible in which it has been melted.
PRIMITIVE MANLOUIS FIGUIER
Monica turns upon him an appealing glance from her large soft eyes that would have melted any heart but that of a brother's.
ROSSMOYNEUNKNOWN
Then he lay down on a knoll where the sun had melted the snow.

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