inspissate

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in·spis·sate

(in-spis'āt),
To perform or undergo inspissation.

inspissate

[inspis′āt]
Etymology: L, inspissare, to thicken
(of a fluid) to thicken or harden through the absorption or evaporation of liquid, such as milk in an inspissated milk duct. inspissation, n.

in·spis·sate

(in-spis'āt)
To perform or undergo inspissation.

inspissate

(ĭn-spĭs′āt) [L. inspissatus, thickened]
To thicken by evaporation or absorption of fluid.