creaming[ kreem ]SEE DEFINITION OF creaming
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CREAMING
A moment later the champagne was creaming slowly up his glass.
I got the 'our own make' brand with the 'creaming foam' upon the corks.
The drop fell, and, like a creaming pearl, melted into the black liquor.
And then, at the very end, when the coffee is frothing and creaming, we dust it with sugar.
In creaming Crisco in winter use the same care as when creaming butter.
The creaming method has an important bearing on the kind as well as the number of the bacteria that are to be found in the cream.
Instead of creaming sweetbreads and calves' brains, however, these organs are sometimes scrambled with eggs.
A speed boat from one of the yachts kept circling the Polly, carrying a creaming smother of water under its upcocked bow.
At midnight the Alden was plunging into creaming seas, her five masts thrummed by the blast.
They mingled with the creaming sizzle of champagne, with the soft murmur of well-bred deglutition.