precipitated

[ verb pri-sip-i-teyt; adjective, noun pri-sip-i-tit, -teyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF precipitated

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Let not your Clarissa be precipitated into a state she wishes not to enter into with any man!

This was on April 24, 1846, and precipitated hostilities at once.

This precipitated a vigorous discussion which extended into the next day.

I have been precipitated, alive, into this hell by another ghost.

For this, Europe, during two centuries, was precipitated on Asia.

So they precipitated their revolution, and have only hastened that inevitable day.

How the salad had precipitated itself downstairs, dish and all.

Immediately the other two precipitated themselves on the weapons.

At last it swung inward, with a suddenness that precipitated me inside the room.

The oxycellulose was precipitated from the filtered solution: yield 45 p.ct.