My own costume consisted of an old and thin British warm over either a thin shirt or vest with old riding breeches and puttees.
Slipping a British warm over my blue silk pyjamas—mother always made me wear pale blue—I went on deck.
He was an innocent beggar going to the doors of the well-provided for cold spiritual victuals to warm over for his own family.
For supper we only make coffee and warm over something left from dinner.
Take four gallons of soft water, (measured after it has boiled an hour,) and strain it warm over the raspberries.
If any is left over, cut in slices, and warm over in a cream sauce and serve for luncheon.
Now and then he lighted the fire anew to warm over his food or merely to see the bright blaze.
The sunlight of early spring, glad and warm over Manhattan, brought no message of cheer to the Billionaire.
Mind clear, but very weak in my body, and I can not get warm over a hot register or with hot fluids.
Warm over Sylvia's sore heart rushed the tender thought and longing, as her tears began to flow.