molten

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  • What would molten steel beams look like through the eyes of a fine artist?
  • Molten lead would be dropped from the top of the tower.
  • As his mouth was open, molten lead fell down his throat.
  • Molten supports several non-profit organizations and top leagues all over the world.
  • Being poured, the molten metal, which goes through down the centre of the picture.
  • In sculpture the main body of his work was in molten silver and cast bronze.
  • Type was set on a linotype using molten lead or by hand from cases full of individual letters.
  • To do so, the molten core would now have to reach the water table below the reactor.
  • Soldiers could also pour molten lead over the walls.
  • Magma is a type of molten rock found under the Earth's surface.
  • The light-colored material has the appearance of having been mobilized or molten.
  • Eventually, molten tar was poured over his head and he was left outside the door of his home.
  • His later works also included sculptures made out of molten crystal.
  • They are added to the product in molten form and allowed to crystallize under controlled conditions.
  • Molten glass may be shaped in this way as well.
  • In addition he created unique jewelry pieces, often in molten silver and sometimes combined with stones or wood.
  • The lead of the roof melted, and the molten lead set fire to everything it struck.
  • Some ferroalloys are produced by the addition of elements into molten iron.
  • At some point tin was added into the molten copper and bronze was born.
  • Typically, the process is described as casting a small portion of the Stone into a molten base metal.
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Root form of molten is melt for the verb.

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Meaning of molten

  • verb Reduce or cause to be reduced from a solid to a liquid state, usually by heating
    melt butter, melt down gold, The wax melted in the sun
  • verb Lose its distinct outline or shape; blend gradually
    Hundreds of actors were melting into the scene
  • verb Become less intense and fade away gradually
    her resistance melted under his charm, her hopes evaporated after years of waiting for her fiance