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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of recondense.

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Examples

  • Frozen gases vaporized, whirled aloft, briefly recondensed before they were lost.

    The Clique

  • She recondensed with a sigh that was slightly louder than necessary.

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  • She recondensed with a sigh that was slightly louder than necessary.

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  • Even the oceans had been sterilized of life, boiled away by the heat of destruction and turned into a radioactive soup as they recondensed and settled into the old seabeds and the countless craters.

    Chain of Attack

  • Even the oceans had been sterilized of life, boiled away by the heat of destruction and turned into a radioactive soup as they recondensed and settled into the old seabeds and the countless craters.

    Chain of Attack

  • Even the oceans had been sterilized of life, boiled away by the heat of destruction and turned into a radioactive soup as they recondensed and settled into the old seabeds and the countless craters.

    Chain of Attack

  • The moisture is then sucked back up through those cones hanging from the ceiling, where it's recondensed and piped back to the aerial fountains.

    Glory Lane

  • Frozen gases vaporized, whirled aloft, briefly recondensed before they were lost.

    Explorations

  • Heated, it had gone up, and recondensed in the stratosphere.

    The Ringworld Engineers

  • Heated, it had gone up, and recondensed in the stratosphere.

    The Ringworld Engineers

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