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The conversation was mostly vanilla for the outspoken Musk, but he did weigh in on the country’s struggles to administer a coronavirus vaccine quickly enough to as many people as possible.

Add the vanilla extract or paste and salt, and increase the speed to high.

Make sure the flavored powder you’re looking at isn’t adding a ton of extra artificial flavoring or calories just to make it taste like vanilla.

For Miller, it’s the Prediction Survey, where respondents get rewarded for calling the races, that chart the best course between the plain vanilla polls and the betting prices.

From Fortune

They picked out “artificial vanilla,” “weird” and “truly terrible chocolate flavor — and lots of other from-the-lab delights.”

Think back to the Bush-Kerry race of 2004, the Thrilla in Vanilla.

Meanwhile younger, lighter colors evoke citrus and tree fruits, candy sugars and vanilla toffee.

I drive a Prius, enjoy Vanilla lattes, and am married to a man.

On low speed, add the vanilla, then the eggs, one at a time.

Even plain vanilla is dazzling—smooth and pure beyond description.

Dinner is not bright, but yesterday we were blessed with a pudding of rice strongly flavoured with vanilla.

Th' officers dhrink nawthin' sthronger thin vanilla an' sthrawberry mixed.

They were Mellin's Food for Infants, and we bought six at half a crown each; also some mixed herbs, and essence of vanilla.

I think I would like to have some bread with banana butter on and a glass of milk with vanilla flavoring.

The ice-cream was a nice vanilla, and on each glass was put one fine large strawberry.

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On this page you'll find 46 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to vanilla, such as: clean, plain, rustic, austere, elementary, and folksy.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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