butter

All Noun
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  • With increasing production of butter, workers from the gun industry will move to it.
  • Butter mixtures now make up a significant portion of the table spread market.
  • In a break from tradition, he simply chose to believe that the product was indeed butter.
  • En route, he came across a broken pot which had held butter.
  • Butter also served as a source of extra income for farm families.
  • Butter is generally not included, and the tea should be served with milk.
  • Most of the time butter is spread out so the hagelslag does not fall off.
  • "What has that got to do with the price of butter?"
  • According to one tale, as a child, she once gave away her mother's entire store of butter.
  • Sometimes this type is also served like toast, with a spread of butter.
  • It is often applied to spread fruit products such as apple butter.
  • The school room had to be built upon posts to allow the butter market to be held on the ground floor.
  • At point C, the economy is already close to its maximum potential butter output.
  • Butter also has many non-culinary, traditional uses which are specific to certain cultures.
  • The town became noted for the quality of its dairy products, especially butter in the late 19th century.
  • Richard later boasted that he could hold the castle "were the walls made of butter".
  • These are thought to have been food stores, of both butter and tallow.
  • The cocoa butter is transferred elsewhere so it can be used in other products.
  • In particular, the laws of some European Union members required the use of only cocoa butter.
  • They are eaten in any variety of ways, often simply boiled and served with butter.
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Meaning of butter

  • noun An edible emulsion of fat globules made by churning milk or cream; for cooking and table use
  • noun A fighter who strikes the opponent with his head
  • verb Spread butter on
    butter bread