There was usually a rump steak and potatoes, bread and "creamery" butterine, and the inevitable New England doughnuts.
The main objection to oleomargarine and butterine is that they are sold as butter.
"It was something in butterine," said another guest negligently and swore, softly and intensely, at a shoulder strap.
The milk is well kept, the bread and candies are under glass, and "butterine" is not sold as butter.
There are numbers of substitutes for these, such as butterine, oleomargarine and "lard compounds."
Argyll brought his massive mind to bear on butterine; Granville toyed with the subject; and Wemyss was more than usually emphatic.
Make a crust of one half pound of Armour's butterine and one pound of flour.
The usual trade names are butterine, or oleomargarine, or some word similar to these.
Now from the desert island of butterine (just under the cliff) to the ridge was maybe as much as a half a mile.
A substitute for this latter is a very small amount of water, with the addition of butterine or some good butter substitute.