- v make volatile; cause to pass off in a vapor
- The problem is accentuated in sparkling wines like Champagne, whose bubbles only serve to volatilize the taint, making it all the more noticeable.
- In the tank the ice water would freeze and release it? comparative heat; the heat would volatilize the butane; the gaseous butane would run a low-pressure turbine.
- One place where money was going was into such ordinarily dead issues as coal stocks, which nothing short of a World War could volatilize.