Liquid [adjective]

Definition of Liquid:

fluid, flowing, melting

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Sentence/Example of Liquid:

Plus, you won’t have to worry about the snow because these gloves are designed with an outer waterproof shell, which protects the batteries from any liquid damage.

In 2019 he started working with SmartWater CSI, a Florida-based company that produces a proprietary traceable liquid.

If you leave your boiling pot unattended and the liquid level gets too low, it’s very possible to scorch your tree syrup.

There isn’t actually that much onscreen, you know, liquids, which is the only way I can put it.

The action in GameStop proves that liquid, high-volume markets aren't necessarily efficient markets.

I use liquid dish soap, but there always remains a fair amount of soap stuck to the bottom of the bottle.

When liquid magma’s moving through a conduit, the conduit vibrates just like when you push air through your vocal cords.

In contrast, in a liquid neural network, the parameters are allowed to continue changing over time and with experience.

Parts of motors, interior components, scraping from the rocket fins, liquids they thought might have been leftover fuel, anything and everything that was of any consequence was stripped and taken.

Once they’ve arrived at his pad, he pours her a full tumbler of pinky-orange liquid.