cinnamon

[ sin-uh-muh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF cinnamon
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Stir in at the last a table-spoonful of mixed nutmeg and cinnamon.

Or you may send the sugar and cinnamon in a little glass bowl.

The store smelled of spice, and the clerk that minute spilled some cinnamon.

Put the mince into a quart of boiling milk, with a little butter and salt, cinnamon and sugar, and stir them carefully together.

Boil four ounces of ground rice in milk, with a blade of cinnamon: put it into a pot, and let it stand till the next day.

Boil a stick of cinnamon, a piece of lemon peel, and a little sugar, in three quarters of a pint of water for ten minutes.

Orange or quince marmalade is a great improvement; cinnamon pounded, or orange flower-water, will make an agreeable change.

The gills are notched, rather distant, pallid, then cinnamon; lachrymose.

A few whole cloves and a piece of cinnamon may be added if the flavor is liked.

A little claret, cinnamon, lemon juice and rind may also be added if liked.

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