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noun as in liquid measure

noun as in pound

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How to achieve fluffy, icy perfection, with some help from pastry chef Michelle PolzineCome summer, my freezer is stocked with pints of ice cream.

From Eater

It’s squeezing into the Grill from Ipanema one night to cheer and drink caipirinhas with Brazil fans, and leaving work early a couple days later for pints and a chorus of “Three Lions” with the England fans at the Queen Vic pub.

A portion of the pints were distributed to Jeni’s brick-and-mortar stores — which reportedly sold out of the flavor, after people lined up before opening hours in the light of a clear blue morning — but most were reserved for online ordering.

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He speaks cornily about fostering “team spirit” and his love of going for a pint with colleagues on a Friday, prepandemic.

From Time

This sampler includes four delicious ice-cream flavors, plus a pint of ready-to-bake Chocolate Chunk Cookie Dough.

From Eater

That year, on August 10, the first woman stepped in for a pint.

I order a pint a Fula Farmacia, Casa Bruja's 4.7 percent Blond Ale.

As President, the Father of the Constitution James Madison drank a pint a day.

This continues until an impossibly huge amount of ice cream is compressed into the pint.

Franklin might have been describing James Madison, father of the Constitution, who drank a pint of whiskey every day.

Youre a-going to accommodate us, and wots to prevent my standing treat for a pint or so, in return?

We had each of us a fresh cocoa-nut with a hole bored in it, containing at least a pint of clear, sweet-tasting water.

A pint of meal and a pint of plaster to each rod, is a good mixture to sow in.

One wine-glass of the solution, added to half a pint of tepid water, is sufficient for each application.

One wine-glassful of this solution, added to half a pint of tepid water, is sufficient for each application.


On this page you'll find 11 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to pint, such as: british imperial liquid measure, cup, gallon, gill, liquid unit, and quart.

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