Dictionary search results

Showing 1-50 of 143 results

milk British & World English

An opaque white fluid rich in fat and protein, secreted by female mammals for the nourishment of their young

in milk in milk British & World English

(Of an animal, especially a cow) producing milk

in milk British & World English

(Of an animal, especially a cow) producing milk

dry milk British & World English

Milk that has been preserved by evaporation and reduction to powder

milk bar British & World English

A snack bar that sells milk drinks and other refreshments

milk cap British & World English

A large woodland toadstool with a concave cap, the flesh of which exudes a white or coloured milky fluid when cut

milk leg British & World English

Painful swelling of the leg after giving birth, caused by thrombophlebitis in the femoral vein

milk loaf British & World English

A loaf of bread made with milk instead of water

milk run British & World English

A routine, uneventful journey, especially by plane

soya milk British & World English

The liquid obtained by suspending soya bean flour in water, used as a fat-free substitute for milk, particularly by vegans

soy milk British & World English

The liquid obtained by suspending soybean flour in water, used as a fat-free substitute for milk, particularly by vegans and by those unable to tolerate milk products

ice milk British & World English

A frozen dessert similar to ice cream but containing less butterfat

milk fever British & World English

An acute illness in female cows, goats, etc. that have just produced young, caused by calcium deficiency

milk float British & World English

An open-sided van, typically powered by electricity, that is used for delivering milk to houses

milk-glass British & World English

Semi-translucent glass, whitened by the addition of various ingredients

milk powder British & World English

Milk dehydrated by evaporation

Milk River British & World English

A river that flows for 625 miles (1,000 km) through northwestern Montana and southern Alberta, into the Missouri River. It is the most northwestern part of the Missouri-Mississippi river system

milk round British & World English

A regular milk delivery along a fixed route

milk snake British & World English

A harmless North American constrictor that is typically strongly marked with red and black on yellow or white. It was formerly supposed to suck milk from sleeping cows

milk stout British & World English

A kind of sweet stout made with lactose

milk sugar British & World English

another term for lactose.

milk tooth British & World English

Any of a set of early, temporary (deciduous) teeth in children or young mammals which fall out as the permanent teeth emerge (in children between the ages of about six and twelve)

milk train British & World English

A train that runs very early in the morning to transport milk but also carries passengers

milk vetch British & World English

A yellow-flowered Eurasian plant of the pea family, grown in some regions as a fodder plant

milk-white British & World English

Of the opaque white colour of milk

malted milk British & World English

A hot drink made from dried milk and a malt preparation

moose milk British & World English

An alcoholic drink consisting typically of rum, milk, and other ingredients such as eggs

sweet milk British & World English

Fresh whole milk, as opposed to buttermilk

coconut milk British & World English

A milky white liquid extracted from coconut flesh, used as a base in cooking

milk pudding British & World English

A baked pudding made of milk and rice or another grain such as sago or tapioca

milk sickness British & World English

A condition of cattle and sheep in the western US, caused by eating white snakeroot, which contains a toxic alcohol. It sometimes occurs in humans who have eaten meat or dairy produce from affected animals

milk thistle British & World English

A European thistle with a solitary purple flower and glossy marbled leaves, naturalized in America and used in herbal medicine

mother's milk British & World English

Something regarded as absolutely necessary or appropriate

skimmed milk British & World English

Milk from which the cream has been removed

pigeon's milk British & World English

A curd-like secretion from a pigeon’s crop, which it regurgitates and feeds to its young

certified milk British & World English

Milk guaranteed free from the tuberculosis bacillus

condensed milk British & World English

Milk that has been thickened by evaporation and sweetened, sold in tins

evaporated milk British & World English

A processed form of milk that has had some of the liquid removed by evaporation

milk chocolate British & World English

Light-brown chocolate made with milk

milk and honey in milk British & World English

Prosperity and abundance

milk and honey British & World English

Prosperity and abundance

milk-and-water British & World English

Lacking the will or ability to act effectively

Milk of Magnesia British & World English

A white suspension of hydrated magnesium carbonate in water, used as an antacid or laxative

milk of human kindness in milk British & World English

Care and compassion for others

milk of human kindness British & World English

Care and compassion for others

milkmaid British & World English

A girl or woman who milks cows or does other work in a dairy

skim milk in skimmed milk British & World English

Milk from which the cream has been removed

formula milk in formula British & World English

A baby’s liquid food based on cow’s milk or soya protein, given as a substitute for breast milk

soybean milk in soy milk British & World English

The liquid obtained by suspending soybean flour in water, used as a fat-free substitute for milk, particularly by vegans and by those unable to tolerate milk products

it's no use crying over spilt milk in milk British & World English

There is no point in regretting something which has already happened and cannot be changed or reversed


Page: 1 2 3