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adjective as in afoot

adjective as in cooking

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In 2018, amid a brewing revolt over customer costs, Dominion supported a law to allow the company to invest much of the excess earnings in clean energy projects — instead of issuing refunds.

The integrated hot plate keeps the carafe warm at two different temperatures of your choosing, and brewing is as easy as flipping a single switch.

Set the onboard digital clock and 24-hour timer to your desired brewing time and you can wake up to the smell of coffee every day.

Nespresso is a pioneer of pod-based coffee brewing technology, and their Expert model machine delivers some of the best quick, high-quality espresso for which they’re known.

On the back, they even provide their optimal settings for brewing methods like Chemex, AeroPress, or espresso machines.

But as in the U.S. it also reflects the move from industrial-scale brewing to micro-brewings.

But from the anguish of soulless industrial lagers rises the emancipation of artisan brewing.

It may have looked like paradise, but a rebellion was brewing around the Davises.

A crisis is brewing between nuclear-armed India and Pakistan that could be their most dangerous ever.

A rash of crimes against gay and trans* people point to a possible brewing class resentment in the “hip” parts of Brooklyn.

The storm which had for some time past been brewing, had fairly brewed itself up at last, and the wild sea was covered with foam.

Hardly was this done when a thunder-storm, which had been brewing in the north, drove him into the new tent.

Bridgnorth manufactures carpets; brewing is carried on, and there is trade in agricultural produce.

The industries include brewing, saw-milling, lace-making and antimony mining and founding.

Brewing in the senior day-room was a mere vulgar brawl, lacking all the refining influences of the study.


On this page you'll find 154 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to brewing, such as: astir, cooking, forthcoming, getting ready, going on, and in preparation.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.