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- v. Present participle of dissolve.
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- adj. Melting; breaking up; vanishing.
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- n. the process of going into solution
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Crew members begin dissolving, literally, their bodies just melting down into nothing.
Is salt dissolving is water is a natural, spontaneous process?
We say that salt dissolving is water is a natural, spontaneous process — even if you are the one who dumped the salt in the water.
Zachriel: Is salt dissolving is water is a natural, spontaneous process? fifth monarchy man: It depends on whether or not there is a person doing the dissolving
Given that GM (Firestone and others) was complicit in dissolving the entire “trolley” industry, it seems like poetic justice.
Again dissolving onself and metamorphosing into another being!
Visions of a gray uniform came blending in dissolving views with the visions of monarchs in their robes of state and soldiers in heavy armour; it meant much, that gray uniform; and a sense of loss and want and desolation by degrees crept over me, which had nothing to do with the ruin of kingdoms.
'Nobody has got such kind nieces as me!' cried Sir Hugh, again dissolving into tenderness; 'for all nobody has deserved so ill of them.
The process is a form of mental torture that results in dissolving at least one of the inmates’ memories.
He may have been hypocritical when it came to human rights in his own backyard but, unlike many slave-owning, self-proclaimed Jeffersonians who insisted on states' rights as the slavery question grew ever more toxic, Madison could not abide the idea of dissolving the republic.