condensation

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Synonyms for condensation

Synonyms for condensation

a short summary or version prepared by cutting down a larger work

Synonyms for condensation

(psychoanalysis) an unconscious process whereby two ideas or images combine into a single symbol

the process of changing from a gaseous to a liquid or solid state

atmospheric moisture that has condensed because of cold

the process or result of becoming smaller or pressed together

a shortened version of a written work

the act of increasing the density of something

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Slowly the pangs became less keen, as suffering deadened the activity of certain nerves; and then the light flashed on once again, and before me stood an array of new and tempting dishes, with great bottles of clear water and flagons of refreshing wine, upon the outside of which the cold sweat of condensation stood.
But it must always be remembered that in such writing as Comedy and Romance the strict rules of motivation must be relaxed, and indeed in all literature, even in Tragedy, the idealization, condensation, and heightening which are the proper methods of Art require them to be slightly modified.
But I may state that we all kept the middle of the deck, lest the boat should unexpectedly tip over; and that the machinery, by some surprising process of condensation, worked between it and the keel: the whole forming a warm sandwich, about three feet thick.
Its evidence--the evidence of the sentience--was to be seen, he said, (and I here started as he spoke,) in the gradual yet certain condensation of an atmosphere of their own about the waters and the walls.
They say that by electro-magnetism your salad shall be grown from the seed whilst your fowl is roasting for dinner; it is a symbol of our modern aims and endeavors, of our condensation and acceleration of objects;--but nothing is gained; nature cannot be cheated; man's life is but seventy salads long, grow they swift or grow they slow.