Thesaurus / skimmed


A portion of its surface is still covered with the paint of the early settlers, made of red earth mixed with skimmed milk.

Old Time Wall PapersKatherine Abbott Sanborn

There they skimmed and flew, as if they had never gone to other skies at all.

A Northern CountrysideRosalind Richards

The skimmed milk is then placed in a large vat and heated, by means of steam pipes to about 80°.

Skimmed milk is estimated as being fat-free (although this is not entirely accurate).

Dietetics for NursesFairfax T. Proudfit

If such things must be read, let them be skimmed over as lightly as possible.

The liquor is partially heated, the oil is then skimmed and put into skins or earthen jars.

He halted on the first footstep, whistling blithely to a gray-winged yellow-legs that skimmed above his head.

A Scout of To-dayIsabel Hornibrook

The very rich grease that arose to the surface was skimmed and preserved in bladders for future use.

Trails Through Western WoodsHelen Fitzgerald Sanders

It seemed not necessary for them to row the boat, for apparently it skimmed over the water of its own accord.

I skimmed through the first part until I came to the sentence which interested me.

The Lost AmbassadorE. Phillips Oppenheim


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