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- n. Template:cookery stuffing; forcemeat
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. Stuffing; forcemeat.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Stuffing composed of mixed ingredients; force-meat.
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I think over all the movie did a nice job of farcing the general comic book movie genre and doing something creative and entertaining.
I assumed that the youngsters were farcing me and that their mother-one of their mothers-was going along with the jest.
- Lazarus was farcing Galahad, I was sure ... as I was certain that Lad and Lori would settle such matters to suit themselves.
_To rost Shoulder or Fillet of Veal with farcing herbs.
Make a farcing in the barrels of the lobsters with the meat in them, some almond-paste, nutmeg, tyme, sweet marjoram, yolks of raw eggs, salt, and some pistaches, and serve them with venison sauce.
To this farcing you may sometime add almond paste currans, sugar, gooseberries, and make balls to lay about the lobsters, or serve it with venison sauce.
This book. which ranged from tender and moving fable to the most outrageous catcalls and trombone raspberries (uproarious, deplorable, with such blasphemous farcing as a Police Commissioner would tolerate for even one performance) does actually come somewhere near expressing the blaze and bellylaugh of life.
They are late, exuberant, and inferior variants, whose ornate additions and long interpolated tropes, sequences, and farcing destroy the dignified simplicity of the old liturgy.
Notice the greater length of the last farcing to fit the neums of the last Kyrie, which are always longer.
Sometimes the essential words are mixed up with the farcing in a very curious mixture of Latin and