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Synonyms for boiling

Synonyms for boiling

Synonyms for boiling

the application of heat to change something from a liquid to a gas

cooking in a liquid that has been brought to a boil


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It swept across the river to Shepperton, and the water in its track rose in a boiling weal crested with steam.
As far as the eye could reach, the river was walled in by perpendicular cliffs two hundred and fifty feet high, beetling like dark and gloomy battlements, while blocks and fragments lay in masses at their feet, in the midst of the boiling and whirling current.
Numerous small streams come rushing and boiling through narrow clefts and ravines: one of a considerable size issued from the face of a precipice, within twenty-five feet of its summit; and after running in nearly a horizontal line for about one hundred feet, fell, by numerous small cascades, to the rocky bank of the river.
When the water in the kettle was boiling, the cook went into the bedroom to fetch Fundevogel and throw him into it.
The pot was boiling the whole evening, and the whole of the following day.
Billy was for the cold lunch, which was the last meal Saxon had prepared in the Pine street cottage; but she was determined upon building a fire and boiling coffee.
Back in West Kensington a rich smell of dinner would be floating through the flat; the cook, watching the boiling cabbage, would be singing A Few More Years Shall Roll; her mother would be sighing; and her little brother Percy would be employed upon some juvenile deviltry, the exact nature of which it was not possible to conjecture, though one could be certain that it would be something involving a deafening noise.
Our carpenter being prepared to grave the outside of the ship, as well as to pay the seams where he had caulked her to stop the leaks, had got two kettles just let down into the boat, one filled with boiling pitch, and the other with rosin, tallow, and oil, and such stuff as the shipwrights use for that work; and the man that attended the carpenter had a great iron ladle in his hand, with which he supplied the men that were at work with the hot stuff.
Hot Wind, Boiling Rain: Scary Stories For Strong Hearts" by Lyn Ford is a compilation showcasing lifetime collection of quotations, stories, wise words, and assembled musings about overcoming hurdles, elusive enlightenment, personal evolution, persistence in the face of discouragement.
After a lifetime of having no problems boiling eggs, I became less confident after reading that 78 per cent of students can't boil an egg.
The boiling point of water can be used to illustrate the importance of hydrogen bonds in living systems.
Never have the water fast boiling - a gentle simmer is all they need.
Summary: In a move to address the growing needs of its member base, Dubai Diamond Exchange (DDE) announced today that Diamond Boiling Facility DMCC (DBF) has set up a state-of-the-art boiling facility in the Almas Tower.
All you do is coat the silicone pods with a little bit of oil, then crack your egg into it and float in boiling water.
Boiling kills bacteria and other organisms in the water.