Etymology
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inspissate (v.)

"make thick or thicker," 1620s, from Late Latin inspissatus, past participle of inspissare, from in- "in, into" (from PIE root *en "in") + Latin spissare "to thicken," related to spissus "thick" (see spissitude). Related: Inspissated; inspissating.

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Definitions of inspissate

inspissate (v.)
make viscous or dense;
Synonyms: thicken
inspissate (v.)
make thick or thicker;
inspissate the tar so that it becomes pitch
Synonyms: thicken
inspissate (v.)
become thick or thicker;
The egg yolk will inspissate
Synonyms: thicken
From wordnet.princeton.edu