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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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References in classic literature ?
And yet the Trust produces milk more cheaply than could the independent dairymen?
The Marionette, ashamed and hurt by those words, did not answer, but taking his glass of milk returned to his father.
And every day he was given a glass of warm milk for his poor old father, who grew stronger and better day by day.
Why, I like bread and milk, and I'd like to eat with you.
Pollyanna ate her bread and milk with good appetite; then, at Nancy's suggestion, she went into the sitting room, where her aunt sat reading.
I'm very sorry, Pollyanna, to have been obliged so soon to send you into the kitchen to eat bread and milk.
Down-stairs in the kitchen, Nancy, hurrying with her belated work, jabbed her dish-mop into the milk pitcher, and muttered Jerkily:
The roof was mended, a kitchen maid was found--a crony of the village elder's--hens were bought, the cows began giving milk, the garden hedge was stopped up with stakes, the carpenter made a mangle, hooks were put in the cupboards, and they ceased to burst open spontaneously, and an ironing-board covered with army cloth was placed across from the arm of a chair to the chest of drawers, and there was a smell of flatirons in the maids' room.
The cottage loaf and the pennyworth of milk had been set forth on a sheet of paper on the window-seat.
He was falling back on his loaf and milk, with the pleasantest composure, and Bella stealing her arm a little closer about him, and at the same time sticking up his hair with an irresistible propensity to play with him founded on the habit of her whole life, had prepared herself to say: 'Pa dear, don't be cast down, but I must tell you something disagreeable
I wish first, my dear,' remarked the cherub faintly, 'that you'd have the kindness to sprinkle me with a little milk, for I feel as if I was-- Going.
Bella sprinkled him with kisses instead of milk, but gave him a little of that article to drink; and he gradually revived under her caressing care.
And now, my dear child, if you think you can entertain John Rokesmith for a minute and a half, I'll run over to the Dairy, and fetch HIM a cottage loaf and a drink of milk, that we may all have tea together.
It was not until the cottage loaves and the milk had for some time disappeared, and the foreshadowings of night were creeping over Mincing Lane, that the cherub by degrees became a little nervous, and said to Bella, as he cleared his throat:
Breast milk contains all of the vitamins and minerals that a baby needs in the first six months of life and it is packed with disease fighting substances that protect a baby against illness.