Definition of deliquescence in English:

deliquescence

noun

  • See deliquescent

    • ‘He had slushy ferric salts succumbing to their own deliquescence.’
    • ‘First, through their deliquescence of the tissue, they create a physically hospitable environment for larvae and adults.’
    • ‘Aids may not have specific symptoms, but Ebola most certainly does - a short incubation period followed by massive collapse and eventual deliquescence of the internal organs.’
    • ‘An extended communal deliquescence into the same subway sludge from which the torment arose.’
    • ‘The end of anthesis is marked by perigon deliquescence.’

Pronunciation

deliquescence

/ˌdɛlɪˈkwɛs(ə)ns/