marmalade

[ mahr-muh-leyd, mahr-muh-leyd ]SEE DEFINITION OF marmalade
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They require a great deal of stewing, and should be like a marmalade when done.

It will make a sort of marmalade, that is very good for colds.

Or you may fill the cavities with raspberry jam, or with any sort of marmalade.

Then fill up the cavity with marmalade, or with lemon and sugar.

You may make a charlotte with any sort of jam, marmalade, or fruit jelly.

Any kind of fruit may be used instead of strawberries, as may also jelly or marmalade.

In place of plums any kind of fruit or marmalade may be taken, but it must be thick.

Mandarin and marmalade are our only Portuguese words I can call to mind.

"Sorry," I said, engrossed in my paper, and I passed her the marmalade.

"Esmé is the bravest man I know," said Reggie, taking some marmalade.

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