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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of evaporate.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. reduced in volume by having moisture expelled before canning; same as condensed, 3.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. drawn off in the form of vapor
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To do this, one has to take the oysters out of the shell, flour them, dip them in evaporated milk and then roll them in crumbs and oats, and serve with a barbeque sauce in a big golden pile of crispy, crunchy fat, Mr. Warner says.
For someone to question why this allegiance has now seemingly evaporated is in no way trying to force anyone to do anything.
When it came time to add the cornstarch and sugar, all the water had evaporated from the pan.
By the sun's heat the water is evaporated from the sea, the lakes and the rivers, it is condensed in clouds, precipitated in rain or snow, falls upon the ground and again finds its way to the lakes and seas.
Venus Williams' bid for a first Australian Open title evaporated quickly Friday night.
Much of his success attracting new business in his first term evaporated with the economic downturn.
ATLANTA (Ticker) -- Georgia knew its outside chance at a national title evaporated a few hours earlier.
The rapidity with which water may be evaporated, that is, the rate of drying, depends on the size and shape of the piece and on the structure of the wood.
The rapidity with which water is evaporated, that is, the rate of drying, depends on the size and shape of the piece and on the structure of the wood.
Bandy-legs ventured to say, as he filled his tin cup from the coffee pot, and then added some condensed milk of the kind known as evaporated cream, because it has not been sweetened in order to keep it.