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noun as in butter

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Folksy, apple-faced Jim spread the word of God like margarine, greasing the wheels to entice the folks at home to call in with their donations.

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Combine the potatoes with the sugar and margarine in a mixer set on low.

Palm oil was first used to dye margarine yellow, but it turned out to be a perfect main ingredient because it stayed firm at room temperature and melted in the mouth, just like butter.

The Girl Scouts uses palm oil to make its cookies, as do manufacturers of ice cream, crackers, packaged breads, and margarine.

Bread with corn-based margarine spread and tomato slices with salt.

Beat in the eggs, one at a time, then the vanilla and the melted butter or margarine.

If it does not satisfy the mannequin demand for "beauty" it at least refuses to accept margarine substitutes.

The missus says weve got to economize, so weve to have margarine at meals in the kitchen.

For as often as not we send her up the margarine and have the butter ourselves.

Beef suet consists of stearine, margarine, and oleine; mutton and goat suet contain a little hircine.

Since then we have had to resign ourselves to margarine, glucose, and other products which have become vast staples of commerce.


On this page you'll find 6 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to margarine, such as: oil, shortening, ghee, oleo, and spread.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.