Thesaurus / macerate


Animal welfare activists have been lobbying against male chick culling for decades, chronicling cute and fuzzy day-old chicks who are gassed or macerated.WHY THE US EGG INDUSTRY IS STILL KILLING 300 MILLION CHICKS A YEARTOVE K. DANOVICHAPRIL 12, 2021VOX
Press out all the whey from the curd and macerate the latter for several hours (10 to 12 hours) in 50 cc.DETECTION OF THE COMMON FOOD ADULTERANTSEDWIN M. BRUCE
For those who macerate the body, and long to put on immortality, are only in a kind of dream.FLOWERS OF FREETHOUGHTGEORGE W. FOOTE
Macerate the drugs with alcohol and water, and after a few days transfer to percolator.SECRETS OF WISE MEN, CHEMISTS AND GREAT PHYSICIANSWILLIAM K. DAVID
Macerate in a close vessel for a fortnight, then filter and bottle for sale.THE ART OF PERFUMERYG. W. SEPTIMUS PIESSE
Allow the whole to macerate in the spirit during 24 hours, then distil off 40 gallons by the heat of a water bath.A DICTIONARY OF ARTS, MANUFACTURES AND MINESANDREW URE
In matter of wrecks, it is the outer rocks that smash; it is the teeth of these ledges that tear timbers and macerate men.THE SKIPPER AND THE SKIPPEDHOLMAN DAY
They felt themselves bound and gagged, waiting for an assassin to macerate them at his own sweet will.THE LAST SHOTFREDERICK PALMER
Macerate for 24 hours, boil until reduced by half, filter and evaporate the filtrate to a syrupy consistency.THE MEDICINAL PLANTS OF THE PHILIPPINEST. H. PARDO DE TAVERA
Macerate 10 or 12 days, filter and express, then filter again and evaporate to the consistency of an extract.THE MEDICINAL PLANTS OF THE PHILIPPINEST. H. PARDO DE TAVERA


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