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  • adj. Alternative spelling of soft-boiled.

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Examples

  • I was almost done, till I cracked the egg and realised that it was softboiled and not raw.

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  • Hope that the eco-conscious chefs there will pick your night to repeat their treatment of "local" asparagus from Pennsylvania's Tuscarora Co-Op, cosseting it with bacon that they've cured themselves and softboiled eggs that we bet were laid by free-range hens.

    A Seat in the Kitchen

  • The Kid was decidedly softboiled, but Charles decided to publish it anyway, with one of those great old paperback covers. 8.

    Blaze

  • And wher-o the peckadillies at his wristsends meetings be loving so lightly dovessoild the candidacy, me wipin eye sinks, of his softboiled bosom should be apparient even to our illicterate of nullatinenties.

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  • At the kitchen table—it was pink marble with wrought iron legs—he taught us how to crush Oysterette crackers into our softboiled eggs and squirt seltzer water from a blue bottle with a nozzle on top.

    Tessie and Pearlie

  • A moment of thanksgiving on Tuesday … while watching Galahad lovingly prepare breakfast for his siblings without being asked … softboiled eggs and soldiers! listening to my children laugh maniacally while watching Laurel and Hardy … they are true connoisseurs of comedy!

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  • Back at police headquarters, Special Agent Bloom makes a big initial impression on the trio of softboiled homicide dicks from our last

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  • It didn’t work on softboiled eggs from hens fed flaxseed, but these tend to have very thin shells.

    Great way to peel boiled eggs | The Blog of Michael R. Eades, M.D.

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