Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • Consisting of milk.
  • Milky; resembling milk.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • adjective obsolete Consisting of milk.

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.

  • adjective obsolete Consisting of milk.

Etymologies

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milk +‎ -en

Examples

  • Loveday the younger had that eye, save that it had never learned from life to be bold, and her face was milken white instead of showing the blown roses of the other girls, though the back of her slender neck was stained a faint golden brown as by the inherited memories of sun.

    The White Riband A Young Female's Folly

  • There shall be bright sands there and a milken hill,

    Flower of Youth: Poems in War Time

  • And Little Anklebone sat by the milken pond and piped away on his shepherd's pipe.

    Tales of the Punjab

  • 'It is milk, my son,' replied the old woman; 'I got it yonder from a milken pond.'

    Tales of the Punjab

  • And when he saw the milken pond, and all the animals and birds and fishes gathered round, while Little Anklebone played ever so sweetly on his shepherd's pipe, he said, 'I must have the tiny piper, if I die for it!'

    Tales of the Punjab

  • And when he saw the milken pond, and all the animals and birds and fishes gathered round, while Little Anklebone played ever so sweetly on his shepherd's pipe, he said, 'I must have the tiny piper, if I die for it!'

    Tales of the Punjab

  • 'It is milk, my son,' replied the old woman; 'I got it yonder from a milken pond.'

    Tales of the Punjab

  • Anklebone sat by the milken pond and piped away on his shepherd's pipe.

    Tales of the Punjab

  • DUR'DEN _ (Dame) _, a notable country gentlewoman, who kept five men-servants "to use the spade and flail," and five women-servants "to carry the milken-pail."

    Character Sketches of Romance, Fiction and the Drama, Vol. 1 A Revised American Edition of the Reader's Handbook

  • Rather than intensify your emotions or muddying your thoughts it's a collection of songs which lightly blows away every little pixel in your head and replaces it with imagery that's at first milken, then cloudy, but which becomes something so near-transparent that it's utterly timeless.

    Drowned In Sound // Feed

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