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The author of the passage would most likely describe a solution which can still absorb more solute as
A solution that can still absorb more solute is not yet saturated, which means that it is not at equilibrium.
Although crystals may form in solutions, the author does not imply a solution can become 'crystallized'.
A supersaturated solution is one in which there are more solute molecules than can be normally absorbed by the solvent.
A solution that is at equilibrium is saturated, which means that it cannot absorb any more solute. However, you were asked about a solution which can still absorb more solute.
A solute dissolved in a solution may be in a solid, liquid, or gaseous phase, but the solution itself is not a gas.