Definition of Semolinas

1. Noun. (plural of semolina) ¹



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Definition of Semolinas

1. semolina [n] - See also: semolina

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Semolinas

semiweak
semiweeklies
semiweekly
semiwhisper
semiwild
semiworks
semiyearly
semla
semmit
semmits
semoleon
semolina
semolina pudding
semolina puddings
semolinas (current term)
semordnilap
semordnilaps
semorphone
semper
semper-
semper fi
semperannual
sempergreen
semperidentical
semperjuvenescent
semperlenity
sempervirent
sempervirid
sempervive

Literary usage of Semolinas

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1. The Chemistry of Breadmaking by James Grant (1912)
"Any flour produced in the breaks is separated from the semolinas and middlings ... The semolinas, middlings, and dunst, containing branny particles, dust, ..."

2. Journal of the Society of Arts by Society of Arts (Great Britain) (1860)
"He questioned, however, whether the sonatas and semolinas of commerce were so Ur.:e\y made from potato flour as Dr. Calvert had stated. ..."

3. Treatise on Applied Analytical Chemistry by Vittorio Villavecchia (1918)
"To inferior flours and especially to low semolinas for fodder, bran, and the like, additions are sometimes made of wood-meal, arachis husk, ivory-nut meal, ..."

4. Treatise on Applied Analytical Chemistry by Vittorio Villavecchia (1918)
"To inferior flours and especially to low semolinas for fodder, bran, and the like, additions are sometimes made of wood-meal, arachis husk, ivory-nut meal, ..."

5. Diet and Dietetics by Armand Gautier, Alfred James Rice-Oxley (1906)
"With or after milk soups, panades, semolinas, biscuits, meals and the farinaceous preparations which are manufactured in so many forms, vegetable purees and ..."

6. Intestinal Auto-intoxication by Adolphe Combe, Albert Fournier, William Gaynor States (1908)
"The cereals often contain a strong proportion of gluten; certain semolinas made from Russian wheats and used in the manufacture of alimentary pastes contain ..."

7. Diet and Dietetics by Armand Gautier, Alfred James Rice-Oxley (1906)
"With or after milk soups, panades, semolinas, biscuits, meals and the farinaceous preparations which are manufactured in so many forms, vegetable purées and ..."

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