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Verb
Cause to move suddenly and with force
“A light step was heard crossing the floor, as if from the bed to the window; and almost at the same instant the door gave way, and, yielding to the pressure of the external applicants, nearly precipitated them into the room.”
Verb
To fall as water in a continuous stream of drops from the clouds
“… the air mass was dry, as much of the moisture had precipitated out on the other side of the mountains.”
Verb
To cause to happen earlier than expected
“The killings in the city have precipitated the worst crisis yet.”
Adjective
Occurring suddenly or abruptly
“The modest fall-off which ensued was followed by a more precipitate decline in World War I, the result of a cut in mine production occasioned by labour shortages.”
Adjective
Done, made, or acting suddenly or without careful consideration
“Declaring victory would not only be precipitate but dangerous.”
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Noun
A condition or occurrence traceable to a cause
“… the exodus from the cities was an unexpected precipitate of the automobile, which effectively shrank distances.”
Noun
Matter that settles to the bottom of a body of liquid
“… the chemist filtered out the precipitate from the solution.”
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