Related formsdel·i·ques·cent, adjectivenon·del·i·ques·cence, nounnon·del·i·ques·cent, adjective
Examples from the Web for deliquescent
And the Major knew, for his principal experience had been with a deliquescent society.The Golden House|Charles Dudley Warner
It is a deliquescent salt, easily soluble in water, and has a bitterish taste.
The crystals of this salt, which are obtained with difficulty, are right rhombic prisms, and are deliquescent.Cooley's Practical Receipts, Volume II|Arnold Cooley
This is called a deliquescent stem (Lat., deliquescere, to melt away).Woodworking for Beginners|Charles Gardner Wheeler
The gills in both species are adnate, crowded; but in fascicularis they are also linear and deliquescent, and are yellow in color.