Thesaurus / peeling

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Sashes all knock-kneed, panelling out of the square, or painters with their paint all blistering and peeling off.

Original Penny ReadingsGeorge Manville Fenn

Peeling consists in removing the outer coat by means of a narrow-bladed knife.

Nearly all the mineral salts of the potato are just under the outer skin, and are removed by the foolish habit of peeling them.

When the bark was ready for peeling he intended to take a hand with the rest.

The peeling complete, Albert Edward sat in the draughts of the inner chamber and waited for the bath.

Three men had come in, and were removing their masks and helmets and oxy-tanks, and peeling out of their quilted coveralls.

OmnilingualH. Beam Piper

Already shreds of skin were peeling from his nose and cheeks.

Poor Man's RockBertrand W. Sinclair

Here he gives with great accuracy the particulars of the process of peeling cinnamon, as it is still practised by the Chalias.

In winter, soup made of the above grains, or of potatoes not deprived of their mineral contents by peeling and straining.

Valere AudeLouis Dechmann

Prepare the oranges by peeling them, removing the pulp from the sections, and cutting it into small pieces.

Woman's Institute Library of Cookery, Vol. 4Woman's Institute of Domestic Arts and Sciences

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