|NOUN || a whisk | whisks |
|VERB || to whisk | whisked | whisked|
whisking | whisks
|SYNO ||to whip | to whisk | to whisk off | ...|
NOUN article.ind sg | pl
VERB to infinitive | simple past | past participle
present participle | 3rd person
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- Put into a bowl the Paraguayan cheese with the butter, whisk with a spoon until it is cream.
- When riding in a palanquin, chiefs hold a fly-whisk in one hand and a ceremonial sword in the other. The fly-whisk is made of animal hair.
- "Psilotum nudum", the whisk fern, is a fernlike plant. Like the other species in the order Psilotales, it lacks roots.
- The above tea wares were also mentioned by Lu Yu except for stone mill (石磨) and tea whisk (茶筅) in "The Classic of Tea".
- A smaller whisk broom or brush is sometimes called a duster.
- The above tea pieces were also mentioned by Lu Yu in "The Classic of Tea," except for the stone mill (石磨) and tea whisk (茶筅).
- The i-Roi is a fly-whisk used particularly amongst the high ranking chiefs (Ratu).
- On either side of Jina two whisk bearers are depicted and Jina is sitting on a lion throne or Simhasan.
- With his chicken-feather whisk, the dancer selects a woman who joins him in the dance, soon to be followed by the entire group as the dancer brushes the doll with the whisk.
- The back whisk is a variation on the basic whisk. It is very similar to the basic whisk except that it progresses backward rather than forward.
- Deval refused to give answers satisfactory to the dey, and in an outburst of anger, Hussein Dey touched the consul with his fan (fly whisk), becoming known as the Fly Whisk Incident.
- Age mates of the suitor would waylay the bride either in the marketplace, farm or river and whisk her away to the groom's house.
- Jacob Cohen Bakri (born in Algiers in 1763; died Paris Nov. 23, 1836) was involved in the Fly-whisk Incident which led to the French conquest of Algeria.
- Fly-whisks appear frequently in the traditional regales of monarchs and nobility in many parts of the African continent.
- For example, the Omotesenke school whisks the tea less than the Urasenke school, creating less foam on the top of the tea.
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