liquefacient definition by Webster's New World
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that liquefies, or causes to become liquid
Origin: ; from Classical Latin liquefaciens, present participle of liquefacere: see liquid and amp; -facient
something that causes liquefaction
liquefacient - Medical Definition
An agent capable of causing a solid to become liquid.