Definitions

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  • adjective comparative form of milky: more milky

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Examples

  • Interestingly, the resulting dish has a lighter, milkier texture than the Silver Spoon version, although the flavour isn't quite as rich – it's more comforting than striking, but I like the fact that it's got a proper wobble to it.

    How to cook perfect panna cotta

  • As a finishing touch, I dyed it a few cautious shades lighter—dark chocolate to something milkier.

    AMERICAN SUBVERSIVE

  • I used all semi-sweet chocolate rather than the suggested darker bittersweet which is why my pudding looks lighter and milkier than the other TWD'ers.

    TWD:CHOCOLATE PUDDING

  • The maize grew up six ears to the stalk, thicker and milkier than any corn had ever been before.

    He Don't Know Him

  • I used all semi-sweet chocolate rather than the suggested darker bittersweet which is why my pudding looks lighter and milkier than the other TWD'ers.

    Archive 2008-07-01

  • When you are inside the building, there is an open vista at eye level; above and below, the glass gets whiter and milkier.

    diller@gehry.nyc

  • When you are inside the building, there is an open vista at eye level; above and below, the glass gets whiter and milkier.

    diller@gehry.nyc

  • Higher in flavonoids than its milkier sister, dark chocolate may reduce high blood pressure and improve cholesterol.

    In Pictures: Surprisingly Healthy Foods

  • The English sky is softer, milkier than the Eastern.

    Jacob's Room

  • Yet, as she watched, the mist dimmed into a darker, milkier white.

    Darksong Rising

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