buttermilk

[ buht-er-milk ]SEE DEFINITION OF buttermilk
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We do not want chalets and three-legged stools, cow-bells and buttermilk.

Buttermilk whey sweetened with honey, or an infusion of marshmallow roots, ought to constitute the whole of the patient's drink.

They always asked about buttermilk, they seemed to be very fond of it.

Sometimes the bleaching was done with slaked lime or with buttermilk.

Sometimes they were "soured" in buttermilk to make them purely white.

Milk, buttermilk, or even skim-milk, will serve for this purpose.

They adjourned to the room where Buttermilk had stored his professional tools.

He did not finish the threat, but it is possible that Buttermilk understood.

Dinsmore paid it and walked with Buttermilk to the nearest saloon for a drink.

She told him they aint nothing but some buttermilk, and he says give me some of that.

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