Etymology
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molten (adj.)

"melted, in a state of solution," c. 1300, from archaic strong past participle of Old English meltian, a class III strong verb (see melt (v.)).

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Definitions of molten

molten (adj.)
reduced to liquid form by heating;
a mass of molten rock
Synonyms: liquefied / liquified
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