Synonyms and related words:
anhydration, blast-freezing, bottling, brining, canning, convulsive, corning, curing, dehydration, desiccation, dry-curing, drying, eclamptic, embalming, evaporation, fidgetiness, fidgets, fidgety, fitful, formication, freeze-drying, freezing, fuming, irradiation, itchiness, jerky, jiggety, jumpy, marination, mummification, orgasmic, pickling, potting, pruritus, quick-freezing, refrigeration, saltatory, salting, seasoning, smoking, spasmodic, spastic, stuffing, taxidermy, tinning, twitchety, twitching, twitchy, vellication, vellicative

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