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The air in the Panagia church has “a stale wood and mold base, top notes of apple and rosewater, and a spicy heart of myrrh and cinnamon.”
These loaves are often quite thick and, even if they’re beginning to go stale, pretty fresh in the middle.
One night, when we ran out of graham crackers, I got creative with a couple of almost-stale chocolate chip cookies.
He had junked many of Target’s big but stale brands and launched 30 new store brands in 30 months in areas like home goods and apparel, some of which became billion-dollar businesses in their first year.
Take your time, allow yourself to get lost in the process, and breathe some new life into your stale bread.
Belong to t'other zide o' the moor, and come staling shape to our zide.
LORNA DOONER. D. BLACKMORE
The occation was for staling a small bark of littell or no vallue.
Is it not perceivable that it had, on the contrary, a staling quality?
THIS FREEDOMA. S. M. HUTCHINSON
He straightened his slouched shoulders, and the fog left his eyes and the fumes of staling alcohol quit his brain.
OLD JUDGE PRIESTIRVIN S. COBB
They show by degrees the gradual, and then the rapid, staling of Rosalie's fond sympathies.
THIS FREEDOMA. S. M. HUTCHINSON

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machinateverb (used with or without object) | [mak-uh-neyt ]SEE DEFINITION