2. Noun. (British slang) The gold braid worn on the cap of an officer in the armed forces. ¹
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Scrambled Egg
Literary usage of Scrambled egg
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Infant Care by Mary (Mills) West (1921)
"Cover closely and allow to stand 6 to 10 minutes, when the whites should be jellied and the yolks should be soft. scrambled egg. ..."
2. The Picayune Creole Cook Book (1922)
"The beauty of the scrambled egg is that the whites and yolks are delicately blended. ... There is no comparison in the taste of the scrambled egg cooked ..."
3. Dietetics for High Schools by Florence Willard, Lucy Holcomb Gillett (1920)
"AND GRANDMA IRVING 9 AM Oatmeal Top milk Small amount of scrambled egg Toast Milk to drink Oatmeal Top milk scrambled egg Bread and butter Milk to drink ..."
4. The Mendelssohn Club Cook Book by Mendelssohn Club (Rockford, Ill.) (1909)
"scrambled egg with Tomato Sauce. Six eggs; 1% cups tomatoes; 1 teaspoonful sugar; 2 tablespoons butter; 1 slice of onion; }/± teaspoonful salt; ..."
5. Soups, Savouries, Sweets, with a Chapter on Breads by Practical housewife (1889)
"Prepare square pieces of buttered toast, and make some scrambled egg of the consistency of clotted cream ; place the tomatoes on the toast, and cover with ..."
6. Treatment of the diseases of children by Charles Gilmore Kerley (1907)
"A soft-boiled egg, omelet, scrambled egg, chop, bread and butter, ... Supper: Rice and milk, farina and milk bread and milk, scrambled egg twice a week, ..."