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synonyms for siphoned

  • bleed
  • drain
  • evoke
  • extort
  • extract
  • suck
  • wring
  • elicit
  • empty
  • evince
  • exhaust
  • express
  • fleece
  • press
  • pump
  • siphon
  • use
  • draw off
  • impose on
  • let out
  • take advantage
  • take out
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antonyms for siphoned

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  • leave alone
  • hoard
  • save
    • put in
    • turn off
    • repulse
    • repel
    • push
    • let go
    • plant
    • shorten
    • reject
    • rebuff
    • estrange
    • alienate
    • propel
    • exhale
    • insert
    • repress
    • refuse
    • grow
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    How to use siphoned in a sentence

    Spyridiace—Frond thread-like, jointed, one-siphoned, more or less covered with small cells.
    THE SEA SHOREWILLIAM S. FURNEAUX
    Ceramiace—Frond thread-like, jointed, one-siphoned, and more or less covered with a layer of cortical cells.
    THE SEA SHOREWILLIAM S. FURNEAUX
    Its weight may be inferred from the fact that it can be siphoned, or poured like water, from one vessel downward into another.
    AN ELEMENTARY STUDY OF CHEMISTRYWILLIAM MCPHERSON
    The clear water is then siphoned or poured off and the glaze is ready for use.
    THE POTTER'S CRAFTCHARLES F. BINNS
    The clear water on top is siphoned off and the paste dried sufficiently to handle.
    POTTERY, FOR ARTISTS CRAFTSMEN & TEACHERSGEORGE J. COX
    Every few days some of the water was siphoned off through a piece of hose and fresh water run in.
    THE LIBRARY OF WORK AND PLAY: OUTDOOR WORKMARY ROGERS MILLER
    When the other tank, which is below the level and to one side, gets full of water, the fluid is siphoned out.
    THE MOTOR BOYS IN MEXICOCLARENCE YOUNG
    You entered a quiet side passage—there they were, exchanging a kiss—one of the long-drawn, deep-siphoned, sirupy kind.
    EUROPE REVISEDIRVIN S. COBB
    The whole is well stirred from time to time for 48 hours, and the clear liquor is siphoned off from the precipitate.
    COOLEY'S PRACTICAL RECEIPTS, VOLUME IIARNOLD COOLEY
    Could he have siphoned the water from one reservoir to the other?
    COMMON SCIENCECARLETON W. WASHBURNE
    SYNONYM OF THE DAY
    OCTOBER 26, 1985
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