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wheaten

Line breaks: wheat¦en
Pronunciation: /ˈwiːt(ə)n
 
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Definition of wheaten in English:

adjective

1Made from the grains or flour of wheat: a wheaten loaf
More example sentences
  • Staple foods in Eritrea include kitcha, which is thin and unleavened and prepared from wheaten flour.
  • There were several newly baked wheaten loaves, and some hen's eggs, broken open and boiled in broth.
  • The by-product of gluten production, also called non-glutinous flour or wheaten cornstarch.
1.1Of a colour resembling that of wheat; a pale yellow-beige: the coat is wheaten or fawn in colour
More example sentences
  • She has a beautiful even, harsh coat, dark wheaten in colour and a dear wee head with a good-shaped muzzle.
  • His wheaten colored hair illuminated his corn blue eyes.

Words that rhyme with wheaten

beaten, Beaton, Beeton, Cretan, Keaton, neaten, Nuneaton, overeaten, sweeten, uneaten

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