Definition for "levigate"
- to create into a smooth, good powder or…
Sentence for "levigate"
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- to create into a smooth, good powder or paste, as by milling when wet.
- to split up good particles from coarse by milling in liquid.
- To suspend in a liquid.
- which will make smooth; polish.
- To free of grit; to lessen to an impalpable dust or paste.
- To mix thoroughly, as fluids or semiliquids.
- To polish.
- To make smooth in action.
- theoretically, to make smooth by massaging in a moist problem between hard areas, as in grinding pigments.
- Made less harsh or burdensome; relieved.
- Made smooth, just as if refined.
- In order to make smooth or polish.
- which will make into a smooth paste or fine dust.
- To separate finer grains from coarser people by suspension in a liquid.
- To lighten.
- To belittle
- To rub or work to an excellent impalpable powder, as in a mortar. See levigation.
- To plane; polish; make smooth.
- Smooth as though polished; having a polished surface: applied in botany to leaves, seeds, etc. In Addition lævigate.
- To lighten; make light of; belittle the importance of.
- Lightened; relieved.