Origin of molten
Related formsmol·ten·ly, adverbsu·per·mol·ten, adjectiveun·mol·ten, adjective
Definition for molten (2 of 2)
verb (used without object), melt·ed, melt·ed or mol·ten, melt·ing.
verb (used with object), melt·ed, melt·ed or mol·ten, melt·ing.
Origin of melt1
SYNONYMS FOR melt
Examples from the Web for molten
There is no better thing on a Sunday afternoon than a fruity, molten, crunchy crumble.The Barefoot Contessa Knows How To Make Us Crumble|Ina Garten|November 30, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The moist rectangle of cooked meat and molten blob of cheese are then layered in a hard roll.
When Earth first formed, its surface was molten, so there are no rocks for us to study from that era.
In another clip, an angel made from what appears to be molten lava crawls out of the earth.
Lest you forget our planet has a molten core, this volatile Italian isle will set you straight.It’s a Big, Big World: Sights That Make You Feel Small|Lonely Planet|December 24, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Quickly, the test tube started to melt into a pool of molten glass.
By allowing water to run on to the surface of the molten metal, thin cakes are successively formed and taken off.De Re Metallica|Georgius Agricola
Beyond Avignon, a luminous sweep, like a river of molten gold, defined the Rhone.The Companions of Jehu|Alexandre Dumas, pre
A few heavy perpendicular raindrops crashed and spattered through the foliage like molten lead.Sally Dows and Other Stories|Bret Harte
Under us, and stretching away before us, was a heaving sea of molten fire of seemingly limitless extent.Roughing It|Mark Twain (Samuel Clemens)
British Dictionary definitions for molten (1 of 2)
British Dictionary definitions for molten (2 of 2)
verb melts, melting, melted, melted or molten (ˈməʊltən)
Word Origin for melt
Science definitions for molten
Idioms and Phrases with molten
In addition to the idiom beginning with melt
- melt in one's mouth
- butter wouldn't melt