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liquesce (third-person singular simple present liquesces, present participle liquescing, simple past and past participle liquesced)

  1. (intransitive) To become a liquid; to liquefy.
    • 2011, James McCreet, The Thieves' Labyrinth
      It is, of course, the nature of the London fog to descend and liquesce at its own whim. Merely two hours later, Waterloo-bridge presented an entirely different scene.
  2. (figuratively) to become more like a liquid

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