Definition for DIS-TILL'

DIS-TILL', v.i. [L. distillo; dis and stillo, to drop; stilla, a drop; Fr. distiller; It. distillare; Sp. destilar; Gr. ςαλαω.]

  1. To drop; to fall in drops. Soft showers distill'd, and suns grew warm in vain. – Pope.
  2. To flow gently, or in a small stream. The Euphrates distilleth out of the mountains of Armenia. – Ralegh.
  3. To use a still; to practice distillation. – Shak.

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