deliquescent definition

  • adjective:
    • absorbing dampness from the atmosphere and developing an answer
    • Branching so that the stem is lost in limbs, as in many deciduous trees.
    • Dissolving; liquefying by connection with the atmosphere; capable of attracting dampness from atmosphere and getting fluid.
    • Branching so that the stem is lost in branches, like in most deciduous trees.
    • (especially of particular salts) becoming liquid by absorbing dampness through the air
    • taking in moisture from the environment and developing an answer
    • Branching so that the stem is lost in limbs, as in many deciduous trees.
    • Dissolving; liquefying by experience of the air; capable of attracting moisture from atmosphere and becoming fluid.
    • Branching so the stem is lost in limbs, as with most deciduous woods.
    • (especially of particular salts) becoming liquid by absorbing moisture from the air
  • others:
    • Liquefying in the air; capable of becoming liquid by attracting moisture from the atmosphere: as, deliquescent salts.
    • therefore more likely to break down or melt away; wasting away by or as if by melting.
    • In vegetable histology, liquefying or melting away slowly, as part of the regular procedure for growth.
    • In botany, branching in a way that stem is lost in branches.
    • Liquefying in the air; effective at becoming liquid by attracting moisture from atmosphere: as, deliquescent salts.
    • thus likely to dissolve or melt away; wasting away by or as though by melting.
    • In vegetable histology, liquefying or melting off gradually, included in the typical procedure for development.
    • In botany, branching in a way your stem is lost in branches.
  • noun:
    • A substance which becomes fluid by attracting moisture through the environment.
    • In botany, getting fluid at maturity, as particular agarics.
    • A substance which becomes liquid by attracting moisture from the atmosphere.
    • In botany, getting fluid at readiness, as particular agarics.

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