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synonyms for treacle

  • antidote
  • compound
  • molasses
  • syrup
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How to use treacle in a sentence

The King slabbed it on with the enjoyment of a child messing with treacle.
THE NAPOLEON OF NOTTING HILLGILBERT K. CHESTERTON
When the pork and the meal and the treacle were bestowed in the basket, it was so heavy she could not manage to carry it.
THE CARPENTER'S DAUGHTERANNA BARTLETT WARNER
So treacle hath this effect, and many such like, which are hot and dry when taken after connexion.
THE WORKS OF ARISTOTLE THE FAMOUS PHILOSOPHERANONYMOUS
Through the porous substance of these stalks the molasses or treacle slowly drained off.
OUT ON THE PAMPASG. A. HENTY
The recipe was brimstone and treacle, but the brimstone predominated, and was the more operative ingredient.
FLOWERS OF FREETHOUGHTGEORGE W. FOOTE
This is easily made by adding a little treacle (say 20 per cent) to ordinary glue.
ON LABORATORY ARTSRICHARD THRELFALL
This process can occasionally be replaced by another in which the moulding material is a mixture of treacle and glue.
ON LABORATORY ARTSRICHARD THRELFALL
The treacle jar stands open for stray fingers and flies to disport themselves therein.
NELSON'S HOME COMFORTSMARY HOOPER
One of the most extraordinary medicines of this, or of any age, was without doubt that known as Venice Treacle.
THE DOCTOR IN HISTORY, LITERATURE, FOLK-LORE, ETC.VARIOUS
For the same distressing, disabling disease, some people spread treacle on brown paper, and apply hot to the part affected.
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WORDS RELATED TO TREACLE

  • glucose
  • maple syrup
  • molasses
  • pancake syrup
  • sorghum
  • sweetness
  • treacle
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