OTHER WORDS FROM deliquescencedel·i·ques·cent, adjectivenon·del·i·ques·cence, nounnon·del·i·ques·cent, adjective
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How to use deliquescence in a sentence
At length, we arrived at the spot, but in a state of deliquescence and exhaustion not to be described.
In many the attractive forms would be considered objects of beauty, were it not for their deliquescence, and often fœtid odour.Fungi: Their Nature and Uses|Mordecai Cubitt Cooke
Most other metallic chlorates are barred from practical employment owing to instability, deliquescence or other property.
With Henri Matisse we have not to deplore the deliquescence of a great talent, for we have no reason to suppose he ever had any.Artist and Public|Kenyon Cox
This genus can be readily recognized from the black spores and from the deliquescence of the gills and cap into an inky substance.The Mushroom, Edible and Otherwise|M. E. Hard