What does the word flour mean?

Usage examples for flour

  1. A little more or less flour may be needed. – Better Meals for Less Money by Mary Green
  2. The child must then flour her rolling- pin to keep it from sticking, and roll as thin as desired. – Cookery for Little Girls by Olive Hyde Foster
  3. Mary was to have driven into Gulgong, in the spring- cart, at the end of the month, and taken Jim home; but when the time came she wasn't too well- and, besides, the tyres of the cart were loose, and I hadn't time to get them cut, so we let Jim's time run on a week or so longer, till I happened to come out through Gulgong from the river with a small load of flour for Lahey's Creek way. – Joe Wilson and His Mates by Henry Lawson
  4. This is always indicated by fine, flour- like powder on or beneath the piles, or otherwise associated with such material. – Seasoning of Wood by Joseph B. Wagner
  5. This was, however, by the help of flour, soon reduced to normal proportions, banged into tins, and thrust into the oven, Mrs Slee performing each part of her task as if she were very angry with the compound, and desirous of punishing it for being so good. – The Parson O' Dumford by George Manville Fenn

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