Definition of Mashes

1. Verb. (third-person singular of mash) ¹



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Definition of Mashes

1. mash [v] - See also: mash

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Mashes

masers
mases
mash-fat
mash note
mash notes
mash potato
mashable
mashed
mashed potato
mashed potatoes
masheen
masheens
masher
mashers
mashes (current term)
mashgiach
mashgiah
mashgichim
mashgihim
mashie
mashie-niblick
mashie niblick
mashier
mashies
mashiest
mashing
mashings
mashlam
mashlams

Literary usage of Mashes

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1. Principles and Practice of Poultry Culture by John Henry Robinson (1912)
"When these were not available, mashes were made of ground grains alone. The great advantage of the mash of table waste was in the variety of rich and ..."

2. The sheep: our domestic breeds, and their treatment by William Charles L. Martin (1852)
"... should be placed under shelter and be fed upon mashes and gruel. ... mashes, and a dry sheltered place will probably succeed, but when there is a ..."

3. Enzymes and Their Applications by Jean Effront, Samuel Cate Prescott (1902)
"Determination of the diastatic power of malt and mashes by the methods of ... Determination of the diastatic power of sweet and fermented mashes. ..."

4. Enzymes and Their Applications by Jean Effront (1902)
"CHAPTER XVI. QUANTITATIVE STUDY OF MALT. Determination of the diastatic power of malt and mashes by the methods of ..."

5. The Publications of the Harleian Society by Harleian Society (1878)
"29 4 11 21 25 A female child of John mashes, Merchant : carried away to 8' Dunstan, ... mashes ..."

6. A Practical Treatise on the Manufacture of Vinegar and Acetates, Cider, and by William Theodore Brannt (1889)
"Alcoholic mashes containing in consequence of faulty preparation a considerable quantity of ... Fermented whiskey-mashes properly prepared contain, however, ..."

7. Lectures on the science of human life by Sylvester Graham (1849)
"mashes it into minute particles. The instant this process is commenced, the special sense of taste (397) perceives another specific quality of the food, ..."

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