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  • verb Present participle of recondense.

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Examples

  • There was no break anywhere in the solid overcast of water vapour recondensing on its way back to nightside.

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  • Before precipitation had quite ended, fog was back, the newly frozen gases subliming under Mimir's rays and recondensing in air.

    A Circus of Hells

  • By distilling off and recondensing the solvent can be recovered for future use, while the wool fat can also be obtained in a condition to use for various purposes.

    The Dyeing of Woollen Fabrics

  • The storms should sweep out much of the dense fog, which is caused by moisture from melted snow recondensing in the cold air, said Weather Service forecaster Dave Fobert.

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  • Next, cooling water enters from another source, recondensing the vapor refrigerant into a liquid.

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  • Next, cooling water enters from another source, recondensing the vapor refrigerant into a liquid.

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  • 11: 56 @GailSimone "As all matter finishes recondensing prior to the next Big Bang ... it forms the shape of Brian Bendis 'head."

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