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absorbent able to soak up liquid or moisture. [2 definitions]
aerosol liquid or solid particles suspended in a gas. [2 definitions]
alcohol a clear liquid that burns easily and can be made from certain grains and fruits. Alcohol is present in such drinks as beer, wine, and whiskey. It is also used in making medicines and chemicals. [1/2 definitions]
ammonia the liquid made from mixing ammonia gas with water. Certain cleaners are made with ammonia. [1/2 definitions]
antifreeze a substance that lowers the freezing point of a liquid such as water.
baste2 to keep moist with a liquid during cooking.
bath the water or other liquid in which one soaks one's body or a part of one's body. [1/3 definitions]
batter2 a thick mixture of liquid, flour, eggs, and other ingredients, often baked into bread or cake.
bead any small, round object, such as a drop of liquid or a gas bubble. [1/3 definitions]
beverage any liquid for drinking, except water or medicine.
bile a bitter, yellowish liquid made in the liver. Bile helps to digest fats. [1/2 definitions]
blender a machine used to prepare liquid foods by chopping and mixing at high speeds.
blister a swollen area of skin that is filled with liquid. A blister is caused by a burn or other injury. [1/4 definitions]
blood the red liquid containing oxygen and nutrients that pumps through the veins and arteries of humans and many other animals. [1/2 definitions]
blot to soak up or dry with something that absorbs liquid. [1/4 definitions]
boil1 to change from a liquid to a gas by heating. [1/5 definitions]
boiling point the temperature at which a liquid starts to boil. [1/2 definitions]
boil over to boil until the liquid flows out of a container.
bowl1 a deep, rounded dish used for holding food or liquid. [1/5 definitions]
bromine a poisonous, dark reddish brown liquid that is one of the chemical elements. It evaporates quickly and combines easily with other elements. (symbol: Br)
bubble a small, round volume of gas surrounded by a liquid or a solid. [2/4 definitions]