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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of melt.
- adj. Being in a liquid state as a result of melting.
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- adj. changed from a solid to a liquid state
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His expression melted into disappointment, then brightened again.
Then the expression melted into that of an eerie doll and he began the terrible quivering too.
Her expression melted into a frown as she added, “The thing is, there’s no record of any command orders being received, just a scrambled subspace communiqué that Spock requested, even though the call originated from Captain Kirk’s quarters.”
Transfer 1/3 of the batter to the medium bowl and stir in melted chocolate and chopped walnuts.
A sweet peanut butter pastry cream is stuffed into homemade or store-bought creampuff shells, which are bathed in melted chocolate and crowned with chopped peanuts.
He was smirking, but when he saw how flustered she was, his expression melted, gave way to a full mocking smile.
I bet if I chopped up some regular cake, mixed it with frosting and dipped them in melted chocolate that they could make a passable meatball.
There was almost nothing there for him to relish as Arizona's 18-point margin melted away and then disappeared in the fourth quarter when Donovan McNabb and rookie receiver DeSean Jackson teamed for a 62-yard touchdown that put the Eagles (11-7-1) ahead, 25-24.
Sugar cannot be suspended in melted butter, so no pockets of butterfat can form and a baked good will be a bit more dense than one made with creamed butter.
I knew there were different results with texture etc … in melted vs. softened, but never knew the background.
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