uncongeal

uncongeal

(ˌʌnkənˈdʒiːl)
vb (tr)
to make liquid
vb (intr)
to become liquid
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We must be careful not to become caught up in this type of conjecture and instead treat his works as poetic artifacts, complete as they are, rather than relegate his oeuvre to mere juvenilia in which to search for the uncongealed characteristics of an unwritten later body of work.
The uncongealed SDA media was treated with stock solution (66.6 [micro]L) in order to get the final samples concentration of 400 [micro]g per mL of SDA.
Its blood the juice of emeralds, uncongealed. Because as yet unwounded, yet unhealed.
You do not know from moment to moment whether to call a particular sensation a 'symptom' or 'side effect' or a 'sign.' [...] Words and their referents are uncoupled, uncongealed, no longer connected.
I think what he means is that it is hazardous for the wound to impose itself on consciousness and fester uncongealed or half-congealed where it cannot resolve.
Utensils live their life still uncongealed; certain other objects, not yet dust, are not really debris but relics, relics jettisoned by hordes on horseback, Macedonian footsloggers, Hittite infantry, and a dull glow still envelops them, forgotten though their origin and use may now be.
While the appropriate marketing tactics during this phase include intensive advertising and stimulation of buyer awareness, production often operates inefficiently due to overcapacity, short production runs and uncongealed standards in the product design.