At Nchokotsa we came upon the first of a great number of salt-pans, covered with an efflorescence of lime, probably the nitrate.
"Missionary Travels and Researches in South Africa" by David Livingstone
This phase of history, which has been not inaptly termed the 'Efflorescence,' is still, to a large extent, with us.
"The World Set Free" by Herbert George Wells
This glorious efflorescence goes on for five or six weeks.
"The Life of the Spider" by J. Henri Fabre
Ya, as a termination, implies by analogy, progress, movement, efflorescence.
"The Coming Race" by Edward Bulwer Lytton
Do I, from scholar, effloresce into literary man, author by profession?
"The Caxtons, Complete" by Edward Bulwer-Lytton
And all this efflorescence of sacred splendour was created, little by little, by her deft fingers.
"The Dream" by Emile Zola
In enforcing a truth we need severity rather than efflorescence of language.
"Edgar Allan Poe's Complete Poetical Works" by Edgar Allan Poe
Anglo-Irish humorous literature was a comparatively late product, but its efflorescence was rapid and triumphant.
"The Glories of Ireland" by Edited by Joseph Dunn and P.J. Lennox
As it ran down the smooth branches of the gumtree and over the leaves it gradually congealed, and formed a white efflorescence.
"Discoveries in Australia, Volume 2" by John Lort Stokes
Such incidents were but an efflorescence on the surface of what for a number of years was a true and general earnestness.
"The Long White Cloud" by William Pember Reeves
Some buds are expanding; others, which had effloresced more rapidly, have already disappeared.
"The Mirror of Literature, Amusement, and Instruction, Vol. 19, No. 537, March 10, 1832" by Various
The pure Gothic, after attaining its full efflorescence under Henry VII., departed, never to return.
"The Mirror of Literature, Amusement, and Instruction" by Various
It was, all in all, a scene of rare refinement, characteristic to a degree of the efflorescence of American capitalism.
"The Air Trust" by George Allan England
It is the efflorescence of youth.
"Emerson and Other Essays" by John Jay Chapman
The efflorescing matter is composed of carbonate of soda, chloride of sodium, and biborate of soda.
"Northern California, Oregon, and the Sandwich Islands" by Charles Nordhoff
The efflorescence of puberty is essentially the manifestation of the ability to experience detumescence.
"Studies in the Psychology of Sex, Volume 5 (of 6)" by Havelock Ellis
This salt, in its efflorescent state, exists extensively in the limestone caves of Missouri and Arkansas.
"Scenes and Adventures in the Semi-Alpine Region of the Ozark Mountains of Missouri and Arkansas" by Henry Rowe Schoolcraft
Every nation, it appears, has its time of growth and its period of efflorescence, after which comes the age of decay.
"The Moors in Spain" by Stanley Lane-Poole
India, saline efflorescence of its soil, 382; natural connection of rivers in, 401.
"Man and Nature" by George P. Marsh
It is most likely that the leprosy of house-walls of the Mosaic code (Leviticus XIV., 34 to 53) was saltpetre efflorescence.
"De Re Metallica" by Georgius Agricola