solidifies

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When cool, this solidifies and may be served in attractive ways.

A phantom increases in darkness, solidifies when seen in mist.

This solidifies at once and seals the block to the cover-slip.

Her conversation, so charmingly impalpable, solidifies into discussion.

It dislikes what is fluid, and solidifies everything it touches.

When drawn out the figure at once forms and solidifies by contact with the air.

Applied to the process by which the blood clots or solidifies.

It solidifies at about −116C., and liquefies again at about −110C.

Pour the salmon-and-gelatine mixture into this mold, and allow it to stand until it solidifies.

But the strong air of winter compresses and solidifies them during the time above mentioned.