MELT, v.t. [Eng.smelt,smalt. We have in these words decisive evidence that s, in smelten, &c. is a prefix. Melt, in English, is regular, forming melted for its past tense and passive participle. The old participle molten, is used only as an adjective.]1. To dissolve; to make liquid; to liquefy; to reduce from a solid to a liquid or flowing state by heat; as, to melt wax, tallow or lead; to melt ice or snow.2. To dissolve; to reduce to first principles.3. To soften to love or tenderness. For pity melts the mind to love.4. To waste away; to dissipate. In general riot melted down thy youth.5. To dishearten. Josh.14.
MELT, v.i. To become liquid; to dissolve; to be changed from a fixed or solid to a flowing state. And whiter snow in minutes melts away.1. To be softened to love, pity, tenderness or sympathy; to become tender, mild or gentle. Melting with tenderness and mild compassion.2. To be dissolved; to lose substance. --And what seem'd corporal, Melted as breath into the wind.3. To be subdued by affliction; to sink into weakness. My soul melteth for heaviness--strengthen thou me. Ps.119.4. To faint; to be discouraged or disheartened. As soon as we heard these things, our heart melted. Josh.2.
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