Definition of Dried milk

1. Noun. Dehydrated milk.

Exact synonyms: Dry Milk, Milk Powder, Powdered Milk
Generic synonyms: Milk
Specialized synonyms: Nonfat Dry Milk

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Dried Milk

dribs and drabs
dried alum
dried apricot
dried fruit
dried human albumin
dried human plasma protein fraction
dried human serum
dried milk (current term)
dried out
dried plum
dried plums
dried up
dried yeast
drier than a dead dingo's donger
dries out
dries up

Literary usage of Dried milk

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1. The Care and Feeding of Children: A Catechism for the Use of Mothers and by Luther Emmett Holt (1920)
"dried milk is derived from fresh whole milk or partially skimmed milk, ... How is dried milk used? When one part by weight has been added to ten parts of ..."

2. Milk and Its Hygienic Relations by Lane-Claypon Forber (1916)
"SUMMARY OF CHAPTER XII ON dried milk AS A FOOD FOR INFANTS THE use of dried milk as ... Further, dried milk is also prepared in which there is only a small ..."

3. Dairy Bacteriology by Sigurd Orla-Jensen, Paul Seidelin Arup (1921)
"The dried milk made by the spray process is far better, being completely soluble when freshly ... Only dried milk made by Hatmaker's process is sterile. ..."

4. Progressive Medicine by Hobart Amory Hare (1919)
"dried milk IN INFANT FEEDING. The use of plain dried milk as an infant food ... dried milk, in his experience, is better tolerated than raw or boiled milk ..."

5. The Vitamins by Henry Clapp Sherman, Sybil Laura Smith (1922)
"Hess attributes the unfavorable results obtained by Hart, Steenbock and Smith (1919) with dried milk to lack of uniformity in the product and suggests that ..."

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