V2 Vocabulary Building Dictionary



Definition: 1. melted or turned from solid to liquid form by heat; 2. glowing from intense heat; 3. formed and shaped with heat

Synonyms: melted, liquefied, molded, forged, glowing, radiant, heated

Antonyms: frozen

Tips: Molten used to be a form of melt (the past participle). Now, it is used as an adjective. Think of molten (melted, liquefied, glowing) lava flowing from a volcano.

Usage Examples:

This mountain was once an active volcano that spewed molten lava every few years, but it is now dormant. (glowing, melted)

The specialty shop shapes molten silver into shapes of flowers and animals. (molded, forged)

Anyone is the factory who works with molten metal must wear protective equipment. (melted, liquefied)

My engagement ring was shaped from molten platinum. (liquefied, melted)

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