half pints

[ haf pahynt, hahf for 1; haf pahynt, hahf for 2, 3 ]SEE DEFINITION OF half pints

Antonyms for half pints

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Mix three half pints of thin cream with a quarter of a pint of raisin wine, a little lemon juice, orange flower water, and sugar.

Irish moss, half an ounce; fresh milk, one and a half pints.

This recipe makes about five glasses or two and a half pints.

Quarter pound semolina, one and a half pints of milk, three eggs.

The men lighted their pipes, and called for pints or half pints of ale.

Then add three and one half pints of boiling water, one pound of sugar and the juice of four lemons.

When required for use dissolve one ounce gelatine in one half pint boiling water, add one and one half pints syrup.

The pump is discharging five and a half pints of water per second, that is 5.5 pounds, and it raises this water 10 feet.

Great cases, the length of the bar in many instances, and piled everywhere, were half pints of liquor.

Use altogether about one and one half pints of milk to this quantity of oysters and crackers.