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1 The puddle evaporated rapidly in the sun.
2 Heat until all the water has evaporated.
3 The water soon evaporated in the sunshine.
4 Most of the water had evaporated.
5 The foreign aid evaporated last year.
6 By 1960,(www.Sentencedict.com) the initial optimism had evaporated.
7 My anger evaporated and I wanted to cry.
8 The pudding was made with evaporated milk.
9 The water is evaporated by the sun.
10 His courage had evaporated away.
11 John and Mary took their leave and evaporated.
12 Her confidence had now completely evaporated.
13 The warm sun evaporated the dew.
14 Their lead in the opinion polls evaporated overnight.
15 His involvement in the Watergate evaporated any hope Nixon had for a political career.
16 The pool of water on the playground evaporated in the sun.
17 But outside the stadium, the hostility evaporated.
18 Support for the idea had evaporated by that time.
19 But after the first concerts, enthusiasm evaporated.
20 At nine-thirty the soup had all evaporated.
21 Evaporated or condensed milk, imitation cream.
22 At first the water evaporated as soon as it left the faucet, turning into red steam when it hit your body.
23 The media magnate's air of invincibility evaporated on Monday when voters decisively rejected candidates who campaigned under his banner.
24 Reconstituted evaporated milk costs less than fresh, fluid whole milk.
25 By then, the euphoria over the fall of the Berlin Wall had evaporated.
26 She married again six months after her first husband evaporated.
27 Keith was dressed in a kilt and the angry look he'd had for so long seemed to have evaporated.
28 It was at times like this that my physical and emotional stamina dangerously evaporated; nurturing was essential.
29 I tried to write notes but the words ran out, evaporated into the blue above.
30 But since they had married, as young impulsive teenagers, his charm had evaporated.
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