Etymology
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liquescent (adj.)

"having a tendency to become liquid," 1727, from Latin liquescentem (nominative liquescens), present participle of liquescere "to melt," from liquere "to be liquid" (see liquid (adj.)) Related: Liquescency (1650s).

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Definitions of liquescent

liquescent (adj.)
becoming liquid;
Synonyms: melting
From wordnet.princeton.edu