Definition of Floured

1. p. a. Finely granulated; -- said of quicksilver which has been granulated by agitation during the amalgamation process.



Definition of Floured

1. Verb. (past of flour) ¹

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Definition of Floured

1. flour [v] - See also: flour

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Floured

flounderer
flounderers
floundering
flounderingly
flounderlike
flounders
flour
flour beetle
flour bin
flour corn
flour gold
flour mill
flour treatment agent
flour treatment agents
flour weevil
floured (current term)
flourier
flouriest
flourily
flourine
flouriness
flouring
flourish
flourished
flourisher
flourishers
flourishes
flourishest
flourisheth
flourishing

Literary usage of Floured

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1. The Cook's Own Book: Being a Complete Culinary Encyclopedia... With Numerous by N. K. M. Lee (1832)
"... a quarter of a pound of dried and sifted flour, and the grated peet of a small lemon; beat all well together, and bake it in a floured tin. ..."

2. A Historical Collection from Official Records, Files, &c., of the Part by Royal Ralph Hinman (1842)
"... be floured as soon as possible, and deliver 50 bushels to the selectmen of Saybrook, for the troops in the fort there, and pay said Birdsey & Sons the ..."

3. A Manual of Domestic Economy: Suited to Families Spending from £100 to £1000 by John Henry Walsh (1856)
"D, It must be seasoned with pepper and salt, floured, and put on a gridiron that is very clean ; which, when hot, should bo rubbed with a bit of ..."

4. The Cook's Dictionary and House-keeper's Directory: A New Family Manual of by Richard Dolby (1830)
"... may all unite together : a* sion as it has done so. put it in to a sheet of paper, or, if you wan t to use It immediately, on a well floured table. ..."

5. The Art of French Cookery by Antoine B. Beauvilliers (1827)
"been buttered; finish forming them by putting in a bit of paste, which must be floured; take away the paste from the edge of the moulds. ..."

6. The Daily News Cook Book, Being a Reprint from The Chicago Record Cook Book edited by Mary Mott Chesbrough (1896)
"... toss out on a floured board and pat with rolling-pin until half an inch thick; take a sharp-pointed knife and prick the dough all over, cut into small ..."

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