Definition of Rolling pin

1. Noun. Utensil consisting of a cylinder (usually of wood) with a handle at each end; used to roll out dough.

Generic synonyms: Kitchen Utensil



Definition of Rolling pin

1. Noun. a food preparation utensil consisting of a cylinder with a handle at each end, used to flatten dough ¹

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Rolling Pin

rolling contact
rolling demo
rolling demos
rolling hitch
rolling hitches
rolling in clover
rolling in dough
rolling in it
rolling in the aisle
rolling in the aisles
rolling mill
rolling news
rolling one's own
rolling over
rolling paper
rolling pin (current term)
rolling pins
rolling resistance
rolling stock
rolling stone
rolling stop
rolling stops
rolling up
rolling wave
rollings
rollmop
rollmops
rollneck
rollnecks
rollock

Literary usage of Rolling pin

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1. Life in Danbury: Being a Brief But Comprehensive Record of the Doings of a by James Montgomery Bailey (1873)
"She sets the hoop up on the end of the staves, takes a deliberate aim.with the rolling-pin, and then shutting both eyes brings the pin down with all the ..."

2. American Druggist (1889)
"The pastille mass is spread out on any smooth, powdered surface, such as a slab of marble or a board, by means of the rolling pin, to a thickness slightly ..."

3. Inorganic Chemical Preparations by Frank Hall Thorp (1896)
"Soft material may be powdered by rolling on a board with an ordinary wooden rolling-pin or by pounding with a wooden mallet. ..."

4. Inorganic Chemical Preparations by Frank Hall Thorp (1896)
"Soft material may be powdered by rolling on a board with an ordinary wooden rolling-pin or by pounding with a wooden mallet. ..."

5. Children's Literature: A Textbook of Sources for Teachers and Teacher by Charles Madison Curry (1921)
"said Schwartz, catching up a rolling-pin, and turning to Gluck with a fierce frown. ... The rolling-pin was descending on Gluck's head; but, at the instant, ..."

6. Children's Literature: A Textbook of Sources for Teachers and Teacher by Charles Madison Curry (1921)
"said Schwartz, catching up a rolling-pin, and turning to Gluck with a fierce frown. ... The rolling-pin was descending on Gluck's head; but, at the instant, ..."

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