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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of humidify.

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Examples

  • By that, I refer to my life routine -- from what I eat to what I drink and don't drink -- alcohol! to the eye drops and ointments that I insert, to the humidified rooms I inhabit, to the moisturizer and makeup I apply.

    Shira Hirschman Weiss: Cosmetics, Creams And Eye Health

  • By that, I refer to my life routine -- from what I eat to what I drink and don't drink -- alcohol! to the eye drops and ointments that I insert, to the humidified rooms I inhabit, to the moisturizer and makeup I apply.

    Shira Hirschman Weiss: Cosmetics, Creams And Eye Health

  • The Magna Carta was then humidified, flattened and will lie untouched for at least three months under weights to reach the proper moisture level before being placed in a new case with humidified, inert gas for long-term preservation.

    Only U.S. copy of Magna Carta treated at Archives

  • The Magna Carta was then humidified, flattened and will lie untouched for at least three months under weights to reach the proper moisture level before being placed in a new case with humidified, inert gas for long-term preservation.

    Only U.S. copy of Magna Carta treated at Archives

  • Have your child inhale steam or humidified air for 20 minutes.

    Caustics

  • Heated, humidified high-flow nasal cannula therapy.

    Recent Neonatal Research Publications

  • They shivered in dread of the darkness, that multitude in gray denim, for daylight was always with them; the artificial daylight of the Power Syndicate that came to them as unfailingly as did the humidified and iodized air they breathed.

    "Power" by Harl Vincent, part 1

  • Granted, the tempo slows to a humidified amble but not because the natives have all packed their sun block and shuffled off elsewhere.

    David Finkle: Hot Time Summer in the City

  • Ihsan and Valerie Gurdal, the owners, were among the first American cheesemongers to install a ripening cave (actually, a humidified room in the basement), and they encouraged and guided the Lees at every step.

    The Art of Aging Well

  • Ihsan and Valerie Gurdal, the owners, were among the first American cheesemongers to install a ripening cave (actually, a humidified room in the basement), and they encouraged and guided the Lees at every step.

    The Art of Aging Well

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