Thesaurus / poach

EXAMPLE SENTENCES FROM THE WEB

No doubt there is game; and I was told at home there are no game laws—so I might poach at pleasure.
THE MAROONMAYNE REID
I thought it was you who were going to poach, and its been me!
To poach on his own property appealed to his sense of humour.
THE FLAMING JEWELROBERT W. CHAMBERS
Put in a saucepan with some boiling water a tablespoonful of vinegar and a pinch of salt, in which poach eight eggs.
The batter will poach in soft, curdled lumps in the clear soup.
Roll in egg and cracker dust and fry them, or poach them in boiling broth or water until they float, and use them as desired.
Grouse are the only game that ever tempted me to poach during close time, and then I only erred by a few days.
Replace the pan lid and the egg will poach in the steam rising from the tomato.
Take it out a little at a time and poach in boiling salted water, drain, trim, and serve very hot.
They have lard––much worse than water––in which they cook, or poach, or fry––but the change in the name does not change the taste.
THE BOOK OF KHALIDAMEEN RIHANI

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