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Synonyms for milk

draw milk from


  • draw milk from
  • express milk from

Words related to milk

a river that rises in the Rockies in northwestern Montana and flows eastward to become a tributary of the Missouri River

take milk from female mammals

exploit as much as possible

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add milk to

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Many actual milk jugs are made of opaque white or yellow plastic, which will block sunlight, and are not a good choice.
11 THIS little milk jug is irresistibly curvy, just like the woman herself.
Next, I showed my classes how to add three-dimensional forms to their milk jug using paper-towel tubes and masking tape.
If it is improperly stored, say in a plastic milk jug, it will eat through that within months.
Because nothing is ever finished the painter would shuffle, bonnarding, into galleries, museums, even the homes of his patrons, with hidden palette and brush: overscribble drapery and table with milk jug or fattened pear, the clabbered, ripening colors of second sight.
QI own a Clarice Cliff Windsor milk jug in what I believe is the Autumn Crocus pattern.
Planned contests include the cardboard sled event, with prizes for fastest and most creative; patriotic sled decorating, milk jug Olympic curling, a kids hockey game from 4 to 5 p.
After the fire my husband found a blackened bone china teapot, milk jug and sugar basin, unbroken, which I have still got to this day.
Calon Wen, the award-winning Welsh organic milk cooperative, has produced a reusable recyclable milk jug that holds a litre bag of milk.
There were plates, cups, saucers, knives, forks, spoons - even a large milk jug.
Tape rags to the milk jug to make its shape more round.
An acquaintance who also had this problem told me she puts her "slug beer" in a milk jug set on its side in a slight recess dug into the soil so the slugs easily find their way inside.
From 1983, The Spuzzles - they were sort of like little rabbits with duck heads who lived in a milk jug (supplied separately).