milkless


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milkless

(ˈmɪlklɪs)
adj
containing no milkyielding no milk
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.milkless - having no milk; "milkless breasts"
dry - not producing milk; "a dry cow"
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These are six types of samples for determining the characteristics of powdered milk and dairy products, three types of samples for controlling the quality of meat products, several types for determining the properties of milkless and cereal porridges for baby food, as well as the composition of egg powder.
This lyrically rich retelling of the classic Brothers Grimm fables features Cinderella, who wishes to attend the King's festival; Jack, who trades his milkless cow for magic beans and discovers giants in the sky; Little Red Riding Hood, who is on her way to Grandmother's house when she encounters a wolf on the prowl; Rapunzel, who is locked high in her tower by her mother the Witch; and, two handsome princes -- you might even call them "charming." Each of the characters is on a quest, and they all wind up changed forever.
Our local supermarket, with empty shelves reminding me of the best of Soviet-era Russia, and milkless like everywhere else in town, had closed their car park rather than grabbing some unemployed or homeless folk and giving them a bung to dig out the access road.
Our local supermarket, with empty shelves reminding me of the best of Soviet era Russia and milkless like everywhere else in town, had closed its car park rather than grabbing some unemployed or homeless folk and giving them a bung to dig out the access road.
And our local supermarket, with empty shelves reminding one of the best of Soviet-era Russia and milkless like everywhere else in town, had closed their car park rather than grabbing some unemployed or homeless folk and giving them a bung to dig out the access road.
At the same time, there is a growing population with allergies or intolerance to milk proteins, thus creating the need to introduce milkless beverages of plant origin, which contain bacterial strains beneficial for human body and can also be considered to be a functional food, onto the market.
Soon after giving birth to her first calf, your dairy cow will need to be bred, and she will freshen about nine months from the date she settles (gets pregnant); her second heat after calving is an ideal time to breed her--that way you will only be milkless for about two months of the year.
Rich flavors now forgotten, Words mispronounced, their meanings have forever Been drained to dry arcana, milkless utters.
The Fannie Farmer Baking Book offered a recipe for "war cake," an almost unbelievable "eggless, butterless, milkless cake" of brown sugar, raisins, vegetable shortening, flour, spices, salt, and walnuts.
Mr Riley is concerned that fewer cows would lead to 'milkless Tuesdays' and 'yoghurtless Wednesdays'.
But maybe I shouldn't have veered from my milkless diet.