Definition of liquescence in English:

liquescence

See synonyms for liquescence

noun

literary

See liquescent

‘Up to now the research work has proved that phonetic conditions make the occurrence of musical liquescences possible.’
  • ‘Appreciating liquescence is at the heart of self-directed learning.’
  • ‘However, sometimes a client requires different or additional remedies, which I have to purchase, such as flower remedies or nutritional products, vitamins and probiotics, or liquescences.’
  • ‘The liquescence series provides formulas in potencies low enough to exert a nutritive as well as energetic effect.’
  • ‘The liquescence of Mercury is seen in the many ways by which a specific thing can be identified; its definiteness is seen in the ‘solidity’ with which it is identified in a specific word or sentence.’