melted melted  /ˈmɛl təd/


  • (adj) changed from a solid to a liquid state



  1. Repeat the layering sequence: Drop more soaked bread into each glass, drizzle over it the chocolate sauce from the tray and the remaining melted chocolate.
  2. The 100 others have simply melted away, dropping out in a slow, steady bleed that has left the town wondering how it could have let down so many of its kids.
  3. Today those jeers have melted to mild sarcasm.


  1. Fire damages East Johnson Street home (video, story)

    The Fond du Lac Communications Center received a call at 9:55 p.m. of a fire in the rear of a building at 111 E. Johnson St. on Thursday night. A fire "extensively" melted the vinyl siding in the rear of the home, and destroyed a garbage and a recycling tote, Fond du Lac Fire Department Chief Peter O'Leary said.
    on June 14, 2013     Source: Fond du Lac Reporter

  2. Louisa business deal heads deep south

    The ice has melted on Project Ice Water, the code name economic development officials used when referring to FEUER Powertrain of Nordhauser, Germany, the third largest privately- held crankshaft manufacturing plant in the world.
    on June 13, 2013     Source: The Central Virginian

  3. Fire cancels activities at Sauk Prairie High School

    A fire in a classroom next to an ag shop at Sauk Prairie High School Wednesday morning resulted in the cancellation of activities at the school in Prairie du Sac. Fire officials at the scene told News 3 a contractor there doing work called 911 at 9:40 a.m. Firefighters said there was a fire in the wall that melted some conduit and electrical equipment but did little other damage. The cause of ...
    on June 12, 2013     Source: WISC-TV Madison


  1. "Today's decision is based on three findings," Kempthorne said, explaining the government's logic. "First, sea ice is vital to polar bear survival. Second, the polar bear's sea-ice habitat has dramatically melted in recent decades. Third,...
    on May 28, 2008 By: Dirk Kempthorne Source: The New American

  2. "Putting that few inches of rubber between me and the camera sort of freed me up to be more me than I was able to be as me. Little by little as I've gotten older, those concerns have kind of melted away," the 58-year-old Perlman said. "I'm...
    on Jul 10, 2008 By: Ron Perlman Source: CNN

  3. "I thought Southern Illinois was going to be a very good team, and they are a very good team," Howland said. "They're very much like us, very young with a blend of older guys." "We melted down from there. We missed assignments...
    on Nov 21, 2008 By: Ben Howland Source: ESPN

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