American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. A small jug or pitcher for cream.
- n. A machine or device for separating cream from milk.
- n. A refrigerator in which milk is placed to form cream.
- n. A substitute for cream: a nondairy coffee creamer.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. An apparatus for the artificial separation of cream from milk. It is usually made on the centrifugal principle.
- n. A small vessel for holding cream at table; a cream-jug.
- n. A refrigerator or cooling-cabinet in which fresh milk, placed in deep cylindrical cans, is kept cool by means of ice or cold water while the cream rises naturally.
- n. A jug for holding cream.
- n. A separator for removing cream from milk to leave skimmed milk.
- n. A nondairy product that adds a creamy texture to coffee.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. a small pitcher for serving cream.
- n. a small pitcher for serving cream
“Coffee with gingerbread creamer is helping, but not curing.”
“So we had to create a creamer, which is essentially the micro version of what you would find at a large milk production facility.”
“Either way, I've resorted to powdered non-dairy creamer, which is pretty good in a pinch.”
“Inside it, however, instead of the creamer is a miniature coffee filter and just enough coffee to brew a perfect, single cup of coffee.”
“On the domestic leg I just got a cup of hot water and a tea bag and some 'creamer' (whatever the hell that stuff is).”
“It’s basically half milk, half non-dairy creamer, which is all high-fructose corn syrup and chemicals.”
“The Italian Creme Soda is very easy, very good, and 0 points (unless you have more than one, then you'll have to start considering points for whatever "creamer" you use ....)”
“The site also makes a vague claim linking non-dairy creamer to paint.”
“And the company rightly notes that while each 1-tablespoon serving of the stuff may contain only half a gram or less of artery-clogging trans fat, people likely use more creamer than that, perhaps enough to add up to a dangerous daily dose.”
“The Web site engages in some silliness at the expense of non-dairy creamers' ingredients, pointing out that sodium caseinate, for instance, is used in making glue, that non-dairy creamer can be flammable, and that some contain cellulose gel and gum, ingredients used in making shampoo and shaving cream.”
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