Definition of Slice into
1. Verb. Move through a body or an object with a slicing motion. "His hand sliced through the air"
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Literary usage of Slice into
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Healthful Cookery: A Collection of Choice Recipes for Preparing Foods, with by Ella Ervilla Kellogg (1904)
"Scrape carrots, and slice into lengths. Pare and cut turnips into sections about one inch in the thickest part. Cook these in a salted broth made by using ..."
2. Uncle Sams̓ Advice to Housewives by Vera Leona Connolly, United States Dept. of Agriculture, United States Food Administration (1917)
"Dip in cold water, peel, and slice into i or | inch slices. Dry 2$ to 3 hours at 110° to 150° ... (6) Clean, scrape, or pare, and slice into |-inch slices. ..."
3. Desserts and Salads by Gesine Lemcke (1896)
"Cut a long loaf of bread (2 days old) into slices % inch thick, dip each slice into cold milk, lay them on a dish on top of one another, pour a little milk ..."
4. An Elementary Treatise on American Grape Culture and Wine Making by Peter B. Mead (1867)
"... and turn a slice into the furrow first opened; then to the lower side, and turn a slice into the open furrow there; then again to the upper side, ..."
5. An Elementary Treatise on American Grape Culture and Wine Making by Peter B. Mead (1867)
"... enter the plow as "before, and turn a slice to the vines; after which, go to the upper side again, and turn a slice into the furrow first opened; ..."