Words and phrases that have a meaning related to melt:   (192 results)

Often used in the same context:
molten, thaw, harden, caramelise, unthawed, evaporate, vaporize, crumble, dissipate, thicken, oxidise, seep, cools, desiccate, moulins, moistens, unmelted, flake, caramelize, pour, vanish, unmold, shrivel, unthaw, disappear, soak, curdle, disintegrate, congeal, oxidize, liquefy, unfrosted, warms, refreezing, abrades, redden, superheat, scorch, acidify, submerge, meltwater, liquify, outgas, denature, calcify, overmix, sink, frostiest, reheat, dries, recede, crisping, vaporised, glaze, deteriorate, crust, peel, precook, coagulates, exothermic reaction, mineralize, glasslike, sag, corrode, iciest, claylike, discolour, delaminate, caking, slosh, fade, discolor, flatten, parboil, accumulate, rimed, temperature gradient, emulsify, defrost, implode, droop, radiate, encrust, vaporise, levitate, bundt, permafrost, frosting, brittle, encase, frizzing, stoniest, volatilize, degas, ices, recrystallization, preheated, snowlike, wither, glisten, decompose, explode, melts, condensate, slag, slurry, droplet, fill, ingot, magma, polymer, distillate, lead, melting, aqueous, deposit, matte, non, residue, sol, t., austenite, coating, melted, thermoplastic, hardening, gel, adhesive, cooling, curing, epitaxial, epoxy, eutectic, solvent, supercritical, thixotropic, ultrahigh, vapor, alloying, ductile, etch

More specific:
defrost, deice, render, try

Appears in the definition of:
., aeriform, blow, blow out, bosom, burn out, cooking utensil, cookware, crucible, deliquesce, landward, melting pot, melt down, meteor, pyrometric cone, render, shooting star, soldering iron, thaw, thawing, try, warming

More general:
blend, break up, coalesce, combine, commingle, conflate, dissolve, fuse, heating, immix, liquefy, liquify, meld, merge, mix, soften, warming

mellow, melt down, melting, run, thaw, thawing, unfreeze, unthaw

Also try:
— Nouns for melt: butter, water, margarine, chocolate, temperature, interface, viscosity, glue, adhesive, mouth, more...

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