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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of crystalise.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adj. having both internal structure and external form of a crystal
  • adj. (used especially of fruits) preserved by coating with or allowing to absorb sugar


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  • Garnish with crystalised orange/candied orange peel/orange segments.

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  • Unless you regularly knock out a dessert of caramel mille-feuille, mango and gold leaf press and crystalised chilli.

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  • (Soundbite of song, "Crystalised") The xx: (Singing) You've applied the pressure that helped me crystalised.

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  • This all sort of crystalised into trying to make things in a greener way.

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  • Exhorsted we went back to the hotel where I wrote up a couple of story ideas the place had inspired in me - one of which just sort of crystalised out from the setting and everything that I subsequently found out about the place just sort of fitted.

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  • Their position was crystalised by Helen Mary Jones when she said that there is a 'clash of basic values and principles between Plaid and the Tories which means that no agreement between them could remain stable in the long term'.

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  • It has crystalised ginger chopped into the basic chocolate cupcake recipe and then the chocolate icing on the top and to finish off more chopped pieces of crystalsed ginger.


  • In the photo above, you can see ginger (with crystalised ginger), molasses and buttermilk, honey and chocolate (with mini chocolate chips) banana souffles.

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  • The constraints and challenges imposed by planning for the implementation of the free basic service policy brought about an intensive and a mutually rewarding co-ordination which crystalised the need for interdepartmental and cross - sectoral collaboration.


  • Highland rebels, and he caught and crystalised the prevalent emotion in his spirited lyric, “The Tears of Scotland.”


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