Third-person singular simple present indicative form of surface.(verb)
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Use "surfaces" in a sentence
"Now that it is the greater congruity of one of the two _contiguous fluids_, then of the other, to the containing _solid_, that causes the separating surfaces to be thus or thus figured: And that it is not because this or that figurated surface is more proper, natural, or peculiar to one of these fluid bodies, then to the other, will appear from this; that the same _fluids_ will by being put into differing _solids_, change their _surfaces_."
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"One problem that soon surfaces is the movie's certitude."