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powdered milk

noun
1.
Origin of powdered milk
1885-1890
1885-90
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  • powdered milk is on the market and is more satisfactorily purchased than made at home.

    Touring Afoot Claude Powell Fordyce
  • I kept the powdered milk as it was the lightest and most nourishing food.

  • The prunes could be cooked and whipped with powdered milk to make a topping for our attempts at desserts.

  • I received a very nice parcel from you to-day (Thursday) containing a cake, powdered milk, tea, &c.

    Letters from France Isaac Alexander Mack
  • powdered milk in small quantities, or Horlick's Milk Tablets, are always welcome.

    Private Peat Harold R. Peat
  • Beat the powdered milk with an egg beater until it is wet through, and then add the rest of the water, finishing with the ice.

  • Dì makatibugun ang pawdir milk ug ayúhun pagkútaw, powdered milk does not form lumps if you stir it well.

  • He explained the mystery of powdered milk to her; reaching over for the tin to examine it more closely, she tipped it over.

    Captivity M. Leonora Eyles

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