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A little sweetened weak coffee and milk, with bread crumbed in it, may be given about once a week.
Then her gaze came back to her be-crumbed tea-table, with the kitchen knife and the raggedly gaping can.
Crumbed food is usually arranged in a croquette basket before placing it in the hot fat.
FIFTY-TWO SUNDAY DINNERSELIZABETH O. HILLER
Taking her bread in both hands, she crumbed it into her goblet of milk, and began to dip it out with the handle of her fork.
The places are never left plateless, excepting after salad, when the table is cleared and crumbed for dessert.
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After this third course Dolly removed everything and crumbed the table.
LIVING ON A LITTLECAROLINE FRENCH BENTON
After this course everything was taken off and the table crumbed.
LIVING ON A LITTLECAROLINE FRENCH BENTON
Smelts are likewise floured, egged, bread-crumbed, and fried as above.
Alas, there was a waitress who crumbed the table and brought in dessert.
THROUGH GLACIER PARKMARY ROBERTS RINEHART
The next was a dish of milk, well crumbed; but Gaius said, "Let the boys have that, that they may grow thereby."

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cromulentadjective | [krom-yuh-luhnt ]SEE DEFINITION
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