Definition of Mealiness

1. n. The quality or state of being mealy.



Definition of Mealiness

1. Noun. The property of being mealy. ¹

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Definition of Mealiness

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Mealiness

meal plan
meal ticket
meal tickets
meal worm
mealberry
mealed
mealer
mealers
mealie
mealie land
mealie meal
mealiepap
mealier
mealies
mealiest
mealiness (current term)
mealinesses
mealing
mealless
mealman
mealmen
meals
meals on wheels
mealtide
mealtides
mealtime
mealtimes
mealworm
mealworm beetle
mealworm beetles

Literary usage of Mealiness

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1. Manual of the Botany of the Northern United States by Asa Gray (1859)
"Weeds, usually with a white mealiness, or glandular. ... Lernet entire : herbage green, sometimes turning purplish, no mealiness : calyx- lobes not keeled ..."

2. Manual of Plant Diseases by Paul Sorauer, Gustav Lindau, Ludwig Reh, Frances Dorrance (1922)
"mealiness OF FRUIT. Especially in hot summers on sandy soils it has been observed that fruit, especially early varieties, does not become juicy and crisp, ..."

3. Curtis's Botanical Magazine, Or, Flower-garden Displayed: In which the Most by John Sims (1830)
"... all three. pale-green above, and naked beneath, but, especially in the younger leaves, mealy ; for the mealiness generally disappears in the old leaves. ..."

4. The Butter Industry: Prepared for the Use of Creameries, Dairy Students and by Otto Frederick Hunziker (1920)
"When persistent trouble from mealiness is experienced and when it is desired to blow the cream, the danger from mealiness may ..."

5. A Dictionary: English and Burmese by Adoniram Judson (1849)
"Meal 1, я. a portion of food taken at a stated time, OT^SI as co^S» one meal, }6f Si two meats* - time, я. Meal 2, я. mealiness, n. from next. ..."

6. The Journal of Home Economics by American Home Economics Association (1910)
"244, (1906), the following statement is made: "In cooking, mealiness is the most important consideration in estimating quality. In general, mealiness ..."

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