Definition of "solidification" [so•lid•i•fi•ca•tion]
The action of solidifying.(noun)
Concentration or consolidation.(noun)
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Use "solidification" in a sentence
"Because granite and granodiorite form beneath the Earth's surface, their solidification is a relatively slow process."
"The cause of broad-leafed trees losing their leaves is then identified as the solidification of moisture at the leaf juncture, which can thus serve as the middle term in a causal explanation of this fact."
"He told the senator that the interim storage of waste at reactors through a process known as solidification "is something we can do today.""