Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. See stock, 24.
“Now what sea is this you have crossed, exactly, and what sea is it you have plunged more than once to the bottom of, alerted, full of adrenalin, but caught really, buffaloed under the epistemologies of these threats that paranoid you so down and out, caught in this steel pot, softening to devitaminized mush inside the soup-stock of your own words, your waste submarine breath?”
“Take half a pint of it; heat it gently; add a gill of rich soup-stock and a teaspoonful of flour dissolved in a little cold water; simmer until it thickens, and serve.”
“In case water be used instead of soup-stock, add a tablespoonful of butter just before spreading the beef upon the toast.”
“Stir well and add a small teacupful of soup-stock or water.”
“I didn't know who Miss A.S. Armstrong was, but at any rate I would offer up to the stars what I possessed of Mrs. Plummet's soup-stock.”
“There were twenty-five girls besides myself who carried away in their clothes each morning the odor of Mrs. Plummet's soup-stock.”
“The earlier attempts to secure this result involved the use of enameled-iron soup-stock pots, fitted with special enameled-iron covers and closed with rubber gaskets.”
“Or it may be cooked in a casserole or other covered dish, in which case a cupful or more of water or soup-stock should be poured around the meat.”
“I made lab'ratory experiments in an' ir'n basin, with bichloride iv gool, which I will call soup-stock, an 'coal tar, which I will call ir'n filings.”
“I agree with ye intirely,' says th 'profissor,' I made lab'ratory experiments in an 'ir'n basin, with bichloride iv gool, which I will call soup-stock, an' coal tar, which I will call ir'n filings.”
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