salamander

[ sal-uh-man-der ]SEE DEFINITION OF salamander

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Put crumbs of bread over it, and brown it with a salamander.

They may either be served up in this state, or in scallops, or put on the dish in a form, and the top browned with a salamander.

In the course of years one should become a sort of salamander.

"You ought to have been a salamander," she laughed, washing his back.

“It be de French for supper,” said Salamander, who overheard the question.

Salamander was young; he did not yet know that it is possible to over-act.

Dougall leaped up with a cry that almost equalled that of Salamander.

Tell him, Salamander, that I will do so by going to see them.

Salamander was in one of the canoes which ran alongside of the wharf.

Even Salamander forgot his jealousy and almost collapsed with wonder.

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