whisk

[ hwisk, wisk ]SEE DEFINITION OF whisk

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR WHISK

Work them well with a whisk or wooden spoon, adding the oil drop by drop.

Add the eggs and sauce, and mill with a whisk until the eggs are thick.

Add to them the sugar, and beat with a whisk for about twenty minutes until they rise.

Then whisk your cream up very well, take off the froth with a spoon, and fill the glasses carefully, as full as they will hold.

Whisk the whites of four eggs to a froth, mix it with the almonds, and a pound of sifted sugar, till reduced to a paste.

The vapour arising from the wet cloth will raise the pile of the velvet, with the assistance of a whisk gently passed over it.

There goes my whisk—no, they don't either, it's only the veil.

Near the warehouse a gust of wind took me unawares, and, whisk!

How does she write on the pads on the table, and how does she whisk them away?

I should have said 'Curving with a whisk' instead of merely 'Curving.'

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