Place on ungreased cookie sheets and bake in moderate oven (350-f) about 12 minutes.
When well blended pour into an ungreased pan with center tube.
There was no music in Beatrice's laugh; an ungreased saw goes through hardwood more sweetly.
Place the ungreased pan conveniently on the table and then, as shown in Fig. 7, pour the mixture from the bowl into it.
We next visited the kitchen; if a clean, neat, ungreased apartment can bear that appellation.
Bake in ungreased tube pan in moderate oven about one hour or shallow tin about thirty-five minutes.
I never did hear such an unpleasant sound in all my lifeit beats the grinding of an ungreased wagon wheel!
He conducted his visitors over his house and farm-buildings, grumbling like an ungreased wagon.
Bake in ungreased tube pan in moderate oven about 25 minutes.
Pour batter into an ungreased angel food cake pan and bake in a slow oven for 25 or 30 minutes.
c.1300, from Anglo-French grece, from Old French gresse, craisse "grease, fat" (Modern French graisse), from Vulgar Latin *crassia "(melted) animal fat, grease," from Latin crassus "thick, solid, fat" (cf. Spanish grasa, Italian grassa). Grease paint, used by actors, attested from 1888. Grease monkey "mechanic" is from 1928.
c.1300, from grease (n.). Sense of "ply with bribe or protection money" is 1520s, from notion of grease the wheels "make things run smoothly" (mid-15c.). To grease (someone's) palm is from 1580s. Expression greased lightning, representing something that goes very fast, is American English, by 1832.
To shoot, esp to kill by shooting: He has a gun and might try to grease you (WWII armed forces)
[the verb to grease, ''to bribe,'' is found by 1557; last two senses fr greasegun, a WWII submachine gun]