Thesaurus / samp
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Hominy and samp and Indian meal, when well cooked, are all most palatable.

In the morning put the samp over to cook in a large pot, covering with fresh boiling water.

He took a dish and gave me one spoonful of samp, and bid me take as much of the broth as I would.

Samp is the corn skinned, as we shell oats, or make pearl barley; it is then boiled with pork or other meat, as we boil peas.

So Samp kind of hitched up his ambition and took the slack out of his habits for a few months and went to the legislature.

In Our TownWilliam Allen White

When the moon went down they halted, but at the first streak of daylight they pushed on, not waiting even to boil their samp.

When a cowpuncher got in trouble his folks in the East always gave Samp a big fee to get the boy out, and he did it.

In Our TownWilliam Allen White

They learned to eat hominy and samp, and these we still call by their Indian names.

And presently we sat down to samp, apple-sauce, and bread, with a great bowl of fresh milk to each cover.

The ReckoningRobert W. Chambers

As the samp commences to swell and the water dries out add more.

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Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.