Definition of Nutmeats

1. Noun. (plural of nutmeat) ¹



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Definition of Nutmeats

1. nutmeat [n] - See also: nutmeat

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Nutmeats

nuthouses
nutil
nutjob
nutjobber
nutjobbers
nutjobbery
nutjobs
nutless
nutlet
nutlets
nutlike
nutly
nutmeal
nutmeals
nutmeat
nutmeats (current term)
nutmeg
nutmeg-yew
nutmeg family
nutmeg flower
nutmeg geranium
nutmeg hickory
nutmeg liver
nutmeg melon
nutmeg oil
nutmeg tree
nutmegged
nutmegging
nutmeggy
nutmegs

Literary usage of Nutmeats

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1. Income Opportunities in Special Forest Products: Self-Help Suggestions for by Margaret G. Thomas (1994)
"nutmeats sell for $6 per pound or more, and uncracked walnuts range in price from ... In addition to the commercial distribution of nutmeats (black walnuts ..."

2. Colonial Receipt Book: Celebrated Old Receipts Used a Century Ago by Mrs (1907)
"Beat whites light, stir in the sugar; beat about 10 minutes, then stir in sifted flour and nutmeats. Bake in pans with buttered paper. ..."

3. Unfired Foods and Hygienic Dietetics for Prophylactic (preventative) Feeding by George Julius Drews (1909)
"Black Walnut-meats or other nutmeats except Peanuts. In winter dry green peas may be soaked over night or till soft and dried by tossing in a towel. ..."

4. Annual Report of the American Bar Association: Including Proceedings of the by American Bar Association (1910)
"Candies, dried fruit, cut fruits, figs and nutmeats are to be covered; there is no mention of berries or uncut fresh fruit. No basements below the street ..."

5. Practical Cooking and Serving: A Complete Manual of how to Select, Prepare by Janet McKenzie Hill (1902)
"Add the chopped raisins to the butter and sugar, creamed as usual, and the melted chocolate and nutmeats at the last. Bake about three-fourths an hour. ..."

6. 57 Ways to Protect Your Home Environment (& Yourself) by Rick Weinzierl (1999)
"Comments • Bait traps with nutmeats, sunflower seeds, peanut butter, corn, or rolled oats. Burrows are usually near structures, so smoke bombs are not ..."

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