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WordNet 3.0Copyright Princeton University


Short "hint"

To again cause to take a fixed and definite form.

Usage examples (11)
  • With no time for the liquid sucrose to recrystallize, it freezes into threads of sweet, edible glass.
  • When chocolate goes all wrong, it is usually a failure of the melted and cooled chocolate to recrystallize into the β (V) state.
  • I never had any recrystallize after once having been treated to the water bath; and the flavor of the honey was in no way injured.
  • This is metaphorically similar to the way certain liquid solutions can quickly crystallize, dissolve back into liquid, and then recrystallize based on external influences. for more
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