Definition of Cymblings
1. cymbling [n] - See also: cymbling
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Cymblings
Literary usage of Cymblings
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Jane Hamilton's Recipes: Delicacies from the Old Dominion by Charlotte Mason Poindexter (1909)
"99* First boil the cymblings until they are done, then mash them and pass them through a sieve; put them in a skillet with a pint of cream to about a quart ..."
2. Kentucky Receipt Book by Mary Harris Frazer (1903)
"Remove pulp from cymblings and put on to stew with 1 tea- spoonful of water. ... cymblings may be put in baking dish and browned. Giblets With Rice. ..."
3. Diseases of Truck Crops and Their Control by Jacob Joseph Taubenhaus (1918)
"The varieties of squash most affected by fruit rot are the "patty pan" types, commonly known as cymblings. ..."
4. The Young Folks' Cyclopædia of Common Things by John Denison Champlin (1884)
"The chief kinds are the round flat ones with scalloped edges, called in the Southern States cymblings or cym- lings, and the crook-necks. ..."
5. Swallow Barn by John Pendleton Kennedy (1852)
"Still, however, there were little garden-patches attached to each, where cymblings, cucumbers, sweet potatoes, water-melons and cabbages flourished in ..."
6. White House Cook Book: A Selection of Choice Recipes, Original and Selected by Fanny Lemira Gillett (1889)
"SQUASHES, OR cymblings. The green or summer squash is best when the outside is beginning to turn yellow, as it is then less watery and insipid than when ..."