Magistrates should learn to condense their wisdom into sentences.
Intensity of feeling will condense a year, an eternity, even, into an hour.
This is, I suspect, due to the compiler's desire to condense, as 1533 agrees in the main with S.
It is hard to condense the social habits of peoples into a few dozen pages.
The first division is the better, for he might be required to condense a twenty-minute speech to ten.
We must, however, condense the matter, which was very voluminous.
No attempt was made to condense the exhaust-steam, which was discharged into the smoke-pipe.
We have been obliged to condense it into one, as indicated by periods.
It wanted something to condense it into a resolution, and that something came.
At this elevation rain is unknown, and vapors only condense into snow or hail.
condense late 15c., from L. condensare "to make dense," from com- intensive prefix + densare "make thick," from densus "dense."