Thesaurus / singe
EXAMPLE SENTENCES FROM THE WEB
Remove all the feathers, singe it over the fire, and wipe the chicken with a wet towel.
Should the heel become worn out, apply tar or pitch, and singe with a hot iron.
EARLY WESTERN TRAVELS 1748-1846, VOLUME XXXJOEL PALMER
The sing of I sing is the correspondent of the Anglo-Saxon singe; the infinitive sing, of singan; the imperative sing of sing.
Father Meadow-Mouse would every now and then blow his nose and exclaim, "Well, singe my whiskers and twist my tail!"
The next step in preparing a chicken for cooking, therefore, is to singe it, or burn off these hairs.
WOMAN'S INSTITUTE LIBRARY OF COOKERY, VOL. 3WOMAN'S INSTITUTE OF DOMESTIC ARTS AND SCIENCES
Singe and draw the chicken and then cut as for fricasseeing.
MRS. WILSON'S COOK BOOKMARY A. WILSON
Put a screw of paper on the stove, light it and singe the chicken quickly to remove hairs and down.
THE LIBRARY OF WORK AND PLAY: HOUSEKEEPINGELIZABETH HALE GILMAN
He willed it only just in time, for his clothes, heated by his rapid flight through the air, were already beginning to singe.
TALES OF SPACE AND TIMEHERBERT GEORGE WELLS
Un menestrel qui joua d'un chien et d'un singe devant le Roy qui aloit aus champs ce jour, 3s.
I wish to know, in corroboration of my suspicions, whether Pandu Singe has missed any of his infernal reptiles.
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