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  • as inliquid
  • as influid

synonyms for uncongealed

  • damp
  • melted
  • running
  • smooth
  • solvent
  • succulent
  • wet
  • aqueous
  • deliquescent
  • dissolvable
  • dissolved
  • dulcet
  • fluent
  • fluidic
  • fusible
  • ichorous
  • juicy
  • liquescent
  • liquiform
  • luscious
  • mellifluent
  • mellifluous
  • mellow
  • meltable
  • moist
  • molten
  • moving
  • pulpy
  • runny
  • sappy
  • serous
  • soft
  • thawed
  • thin
  • viscous
  • watery
  • flowing
  • running
  • fluent
  • juicy
  • melted
  • molten
  • watery
  • lymphatic
  • aqueous
  • in solution
  • runny
  • serous
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antonyms for uncongealed

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  • broken
  • dry
  • intermittent
  • close
  • condensed
  • dense
  • firm
  • frozen
  • hard
  • solid
  • unavailable
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How to use uncongealed in a sentence

The stems from which she gathered flowers Are still unhealed; The sap where twigs were broken off Is uncongealed.
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Sharply he brought the pieces under the light; two crimson, shining spots of uncongealed blood showed within the outer crust.
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WORDS RELATED TO UNCONGEALED

  • aqueous
  • flowing
  • fluent
  • in solution
  • juicy
  • lymphatic
  • melted
  • molten
  • running
  • runny
  • serous
  • uncongealed
  • watery
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