floury

[ flouuh r-ee, flou-uh-ree ]SEE DEFINITION OF floury

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Still they were hot and floury, and not bad with a bit of salt.

Biddy had learned to cook them properly, when they appeared dry and floury.

Boil your potatoes and let them be of the firm, soapy kind, not the floury kind.

She drooped in his arms, hanging her head and looking down on her floury hands.

They were white, floury, without a drop of water in the whole dish of them.

"Why, yes—" said Miss Lydia, doubtfully, and dusted her floury hands together.

Perseverance appeared, floury and serene, at the foot of the ladder.

"That's an old story now, my dear," said Frank, rubbing his floury face with his hand.

Waitstill wiped her floury hands and put them on her sister's shoulders.

He knew artificial whiteness only when it was glaring and floury.

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