sprinkle[ spring-kuhl ]SEE DEFINITION OF sprinkle
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR SPRINKLE
Remove from the fat, drain, and sprinkle with salt and pepper.
Then glaze them all over with egg, and sprinkle them with bread-crumbs.
Season them with pepper and salt, and sprinkle them thick with flour.
Pick, wash, and dry six ounces of currants, and sprinkle them with flour.
It was now full daylight, and the rain was dying away to a sprinkle.
No; he does not sprinkle the vines with holy water to keep the grubs away.
Put in the apples, which should be pared and cored, and sprinkle in the sugar and lemon rind.
Lay them at the bottom of a pie-dish, and sprinkle some sugar over them.
Put the potatoes into the steamer, and sprinkle them with salt.
Rinse the onions, sprinkle some salt over them, and put them into fresh water.