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Sentence count:107+2 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2017-03-15Updated:2017-03-15
Synonym: come downfallhastyoverhastyprecipitantprecipitousSimilar words: precipitationprecipicerecipientreciprocateappreciatedepreciateappreciatedstate capitalismMeaning: [prɪ'sɪpɪteɪt] n. a precipitated solid substance in suspension or after settling or filtering. v. 1. separate as a fine suspension of solid particles 2. bring about abruptly 3. fall from clouds 4. fall vertically, sharply, or headlong 5. hurl or throw violently. adj. done with very great haste and without due deliberation. 
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1. An invasion would certainly precipitate a political crisis.
2. Don't be precipitate - think it through before you make a decision.
3. The clouds precipitate/are precipitatedas snow in winter.
4. If any organic salt is formed, it will precipitate immediately.
5. A slight mistake could precipitate a disaster.
6. A yellow precipitate should form immediately.
7. Clouds usually precipitate as rain and snow.
8. The king was too precipitate in declaring war.
9. I don't think we should make precipitate decisions.
10. Cooling the beaker helps precipitate the compound.
11. Ward membership may easily precipitate itself into many visible forms of behaviour.
12. Clouds usually precipitate as rain or snow.
13. Adding sulphate to the solution will give a precipitate.
14. To force a decision now would be precipitate.
15. A cool breeze caused a precipitate drop in the temperature.
16. A number of factors may then precipitate a psychotic episode, including emotionally arousing events and a stressful environment.
17. The reactive tannins precipitate with the protein, and the improved wine can then be separated from the sediment.
18. A summit failure could still precipitate a new crisis.
19. He hadn't expected this precipitate visit and in the last hour he had bawled out everyone in sight.
20. I producing fixed capital,[] there would be a precipitate decline in those sectors.
21. Is there any danger that this experience may precipitate five years of creative inactivity?
22. Gases, such as carbon dioxide, dissolve in liquids and can precipitate out as solids.
23. Press release of ingratitude At this point there is no need of a major crisis or a profound tragedy to precipitate doubt.
24. If foot and mouth can not be contained, it could precipitate a meltdown in the industry.
25. Adequate control is very important, because grand mal seizures may harm the fetus or even precipitate fetal death.
26. Many of Mahathir's opponents believed that Anwar's arrest and trial would precipitate nationwide revulsion in the November 1999 elections.
27. When the solution becomes turbid the mixture is warmed until the precipitate dissolves.
28. Privilege parking places yield little profit, while special perks can precipitate horrendous losses.
29. In the Somogyi-Nelson procedure, barium hydroxide a d zinc sulfate are used to precipitate proteins.
30. The solution is then returned to the original temperature and the precipitate which reforms is allowed to settle and then separated.
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