decoct-v; 1 Senses

Sense Number 1: distill into a liquid by boiling

Commentary: Notes: may be used metaphorically Syntax includes: NP1[agent[animate]] DECOCT NP1[agent[animate]] DECOCT NP2[patient1] (PP[patient2]) NP1[agent[animate]] DECOCT NP2[material] (PP[product]) NP1[agent[animate]] DECOCT NP2[product] (PP[material]) NP1[patient1] DECOCT PP[patient2]

Besides, your druggist, who herborises and decocts, is a man of prejudices.
Take flower-de-luces, stalk, blossom, root, together; then decoct them over a slack fire.
The juice was squeezed out, strained clear, mixed with perfume of flowers and decocted.
Reishi mushroom must be decocted in hot water for digestion.
Herb granules can be decocted in hot water and taken as a tea.
Black tea is infused and decocted into all natural coconut water.
The mung beans can also be decocted with licorice for drinking.
Take it decocted with water.
The herbs are ground and decocted into a paste.
Thou hast taught him to decoct his pound into a penny and his webs into a thread.
A Proverb is much matter decocted into few words.
Mistress Lettice was in the still room decocting a face wash from rose leaves, dew and honey.
For his wintry version, Maloney decocted a coffee flavored syrup.
From the bark of the M'senga tree the fishermen decocted a liquid in which they soaked their nets.
Rhizoma Polygoni Cuspidati decocts with other herbs.

VerbNet: mix-22.1-1-1
FrameNet: NP
PropBank: decoct.01