- past and past participle of burn1.
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- 1Having been burned: burned wood burned shoulders and peeling nosesMore example sentences
- The bread is burned; Paul hides the burned bread from his mother and continues giving Miriam her French lesson.
- When you have burned them well, cut off the burned skin together with the spines, and all the meat remains.
- His project was a burned pound cake, but it looked burnt and the lemon topping was watered down.
- 1.1(Of a taste) like that of food that has been charred in cooking.More example sentences
- Too much heat means the skins at the bottom of the still will start to burn and your entire batch will be marred by the burned flavors.
- I am not the cook Grandma was and Ive had to save quite a few meals using Grandmas tip to get the burned taste out of food.
- Too often the exterior of an encrusted entrée gets a tad scorched in the pan, lending a burned taste to an otherwise fine piece of fish or fowl.
- 1.2(Of sugar) cooked or heated until caramelized.More example sentences
- Caramel usually is more or less burned sugar, so what is burnt caramel like?
- This great burnt sugar icing recipe is from my husband's grandmother.
- Cook until the burnt sugar mixes in with the cream and sugar and pour into a saucepan.
- 1.3 (usually burnt) (Of a warm color) dark or deep: burnt orangeMore example sentences
- Burnt orange and white are the official colors of the university.
- This rustic looking candleholder is finished in hues of red, green, brown and burnt yellow on glass with a rust brown metal base.
- Cottons are used such as Turkey red and Balkan blue and Mandarin yellow, with a good deal of burned orange and black.
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