- 01. I just loved [steamed] mussels in a wine sauce.02. My little sister burnt her arm when she opened a pot of boiling water, and all the [steam] came out at once.03. The fresh bread was still [steaming], and it smelled delicious.04. You only need to [steam] the broccoli for about 3 or 4 minutes.05. She wrote "I love you" on the [steamed] up mirror of the bathroom after they stepped out of the shower together.06. I love to have a nice hot, [steaming] cup of hot chocolate after a day on the ski slopes.07. When the water boils, the [steam] will cause the kettle to whistle.08. Boiling water absorbs over six times more energy in changing to [steam] than is needed to heat the water from freezing to boiling.09. We had delicious [steamed] clams that we had collected ourselves for our first supper at the campsite.10. There is a thick column of [steam] rising from the volcano, and people are afraid it may soon erupt.11. Anne Morrow Lindbergh once stated that love is a force. It is not a result; it is a cause. It is not a product; it produces. It is a power, like money or [steam] or electricity.12. We [steamed] the clams over the campfire and ate them right there on the beach.13. The dragon had fire coming out of its mouth and [steam] coming out of its nose.14. After playing badminton for an hour, Abdul was so hot that [steam] could be seen coming off his forehead.15. After sitting in the [steam] room for a few minutes at the rec center, I took a cold shower.16. The boat [steamed] into New York harbor with its load of immigrants.
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