- v. present participle of liquify.
“By creating a market for illiquid assets and allowing prices to be established, it hopes other private players will enter the market, "liquifying" the market.”
“Having gone digital for the most part I hope I'm not loosing my touch but I found that "liquifying" a rendered illustration/painting is an interesting approach and forces more painting on the artist that one might otherwise be tempted to do in a digital piece-many of us aiming at realism most of the time.”
“Campy fun tempered with effectively creepy scenes of people liquifying in their own clothes.”
“Plus the stock market laying an egg that month was mostly due to the liquifying assets to cover losses in the housing & financial sectors (and some commodity wrong way bets).”
“Furious with Paul the "psychic" octopus 'astonishing 100% World Cup prediction rate, an Argentine TV presenter has gotten his revenge by slaughtering another octopus on the air and then liquifying its remains in a blender.”
“I spread out over the whole seat like an ice cube melting, liquifying faster as my fingers touched the upholstery still hot from his body.”
“I usually read these lists and groan because my brain stem begins liquifying about halfway through.”
“She floats down in Iran wearing a Mary Poppins outfit with children's eyeballs exploding and their flesh liquifying beneath the heat of her new "Obliteration Umbrella.”
“If it rained long enough or hard enough, occasional flash floods coursed downstream, liquifying the sand and filling the entire riverbed with fast-moving water that swept away everything in its path.”
“A solution was found in capturing the contaminated waste emissions and liquifying them with hydrochloric acid so as to produce hydrofluosilicic acid the industrial-grade waste product used to fluoridate water.”
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