verb (used without object), del·i·quesced, del·i·quesc·ing.
Origin of deliquesce
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The gills are free, flesh-colored, and inclined to deliquesce.
The plant at the extreme right has expanded and begun to deliquesce.
They'll deliquesce like fungi, and keep a hundred eulogists mopping the spot where they left off.A Plea for Captain John Brown
Henry David Thoreau
And all the substances which this acid unites with crystallize, and do not deliquesce.
The old name for the liquid formed when perchloride of iron is allowed to deliquesce by free exposure to the air.Cooley's Practical Receipts, Volume II