hard-boil


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hard-boil

(härd′boil′)
tr.v. hard-boiled, hard-boil·ing, hard-boils
To boil (an egg) in the shell to a solid consistency.

[Back-formation from hard-boiled.]
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Hard-boil the eggs for five minutes, then run them under cold water for a moment so they are not too hot to handle.