The undissolved tar was filtered off and extracted twice again in the same way.
No man or woman who is bound by a betrothal or by an undissolved marriage can marry a third person.
Remove the undissolved portion of the parsnips and set the liquid on the stone floor of the larder to cool.
Filter off the undissolved portion containing carbonate, etc., and wash with alcohol.
If the Stock Solution is greenish white and turbid, undissolved indigo white is present.
When finely powdered and rubbed down with water they form emulsions, the undissolved resin being suspended in the gum solution.
The liming is in brick pits, an excess of undissolved lime being always used.
When alumina is added to excess, the undissolved portion appears semi-transparent.
It does not mingle with it, as appears by its being always found at the bottom of the kettle, undissolved.
The undissolved wax, being once and again treated with boiling alcohol, finally affords from 70 to 90 per cent.
dissolve dis·solve (dĭ-zŏlv')
v. dis·solved, dis·solv·ing, dis·solves
To pass or cause to pass into a solution, as salt in water.
To become or cause to become liquid; melt.
To cause to disintegrate or become disintegrated.
The gradual blending of one scene into the next in motion pictures or television; also, a device that causes this effect (1912+)
: Dissolve to a closeup of the house
[The use of the term in Victorian magic lantern shows is attested in 1845]