Examples of emulsion in a Sentence
milk is basically an oil-in-water emulsion
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After the wood vaporizes, the mixture is allowed to cool, forming an emulsion (a sort of mixture) of water, acidic oil, and sugars.
Give them a shot of mixed fish emulsion and liquid seaweed.
Dior’s newest lipstick bridges the gap between skin care and makeup, delivering a soothing oil-in-water emulsion with highly pigmented color, designed to plump and shine up lips for eight hours at a time.
By 1863 lenses and emulsions had improved to the point that the long exposures that had plagued sitters earlier were no longer necessary.
The way the pigment emulsion soaks into the fibers is texturally interesting, a toothy equivalent to the way paint saturates wet plaster in a fresco.
Second Course: Buckwheat Crepe with Ascutney Mountain Cheese A riff on the cheese course, this buckwheat crepe comes with melted cheese from Ascutney Mountain in Vermont, chestnuts, black truffle, and a brown butter emulsion.
Shared plates and appetizers include roasted cauliflower with pine nut and garlic emulsion; mushroom croquettes with truffle aioli; sea scallops with sunchoke purée and ossetra caviar; and beef carpaccio with tomato, Parmesan and white truffle oil.
Lighter than a moisturizer and more substantial than an essence, this emulsion leaves my skin plump and moisturized without causing additional breakouts.
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absorption, blending, coalescence, coalition, commingling, commixture, homogenization, immingling, immixture, incorporation, integration, interfusion, intermingling, mergence, merger, merging, mingling;
EMULSION Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of emulsion for English Language Learners
: a mixture of liquids
: a thin coating on photographic film or paper that contains chemicals which are sensitive to light
EMULSION Defined for Kids
medical Definition of emulsion
emulsiveplay \-ˈməl-siv\ adjective
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