Definitions

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  • adjective superlative form of mealy: most mealy.

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Examples

  • But nowhere in that review, or on the amazon page, does it make plain that this is a translation admittedly lively of selected bits and pieces of Ariosto, not the whole text; and that it lacks all annotation, apparatus, and comes with only the mealiest of introductions.

    Archive 2010-02-01

  • But nowhere in that review, or on the amazon page, does it make plain that this is a translation admittedly lively of selected bits and pieces of Ariosto, not the whole text; and that it lacks all annotation, apparatus, and comes with only the mealiest of introductions.

    Ariosto, Orlando Furioso, (transl. David R. Slavitt, 2010)

  • Researchers are trying to develop substitutes that can be grown there and mixed with wheat for bread or maize for mealiest Any surplus could be sold to make high-quality malt.

    Chapter 25

  • So when, after she had passed the hot johnny-cake, seen to it that Father had the biggest pork chop and the mealiest potato, and given him his cup of coffee creamed and sugared just right, Mother got out the letter with the university crest and began to read.

    The Witness

  • The nicest tit-bits of the choicest dishes – the middle slices of the fish, the breast of the young ducks, and the wings of the chickens, the mealiest potatoes, the juiciest tomatoes, the tenderest roasting ear, the most delicate custard, and freshest fruit always for his reverence!

    The Hidden Hand

  • The nicest tit-bits of the choicest dishes -- the middle slices of the fish, the breast of the young ducks, and the wings of the chickens, the mealiest potatoes, the juiciest tomatoes, the tenderest roasting ear, the most delicate custard, and freshest fruit always for his reverence!

    Capitola's Peril A Sequel to 'The Hidden Hand'

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