|coarse flour; coarse strainer or sieve||cribble|
|(French) farinaceous; resembling or yielding flour; (Biology) covered with mealy powder or dust, floury in appearance, yielding starch||farinose|
|12 dozen, 144, disgusting, earn money, extremely overweight, inclusive, complete, total; general; without deductions, large; coarse, crude, vulgar; disgusting, offensive; obese, fat, luxuriant, make or earn a total of (before taxes and other expenses),...||gross|
|a trademark for a cookie made with flour, brown sugar, chocolate chips, and often chopped nuts||Toll-House|
|act of breaking up the larger parts by passing through a sieve, filtration; act of scattering, dispersal; careful examination, investigation||sifting|
|act of passing material through a sieve||sieving|
|affect every part, answer riddle, make holes in something, puzzle, question or statement presenting a problem to be solved; enigma, mystery; sieve, screen used for sifting, puzzling thing, shake ashes from fire, sift soil or stones, interpret; swell up...||riddle|
|Airedale terrier, breed of large coarse-haired dogs||Airedale|
|allow to share, interrupt, join middle of line, join traffic dangerously, mix fat with flour, partner somebody already dancing, start to operate||cut in|
|any of a number of plants having coarse fuzzy leaves and dense yellow-flowered spikes, flannel leaf, flowering plant, velvet plant||mullein|
|any of a number of stout-bodied burrowing rodents with coarse fur and a short bushy tail, ground-living rodent||marmot|
|arrow for crossbow, bar for fastening door, devour hurriedly, expel from hiding place, filter through sieve, latch; screw; flash of lighting; arrow; roll of fabric; escape, lightning flash, lock with bolt, metal pin, part of gun, prematurely produce se...||bolt|
|attend uninvited, become depressed after drug, break in pieces noisily, coarse cloth, collapse financially, collide violently, computer breakdown||crash|
|background, cloth for needlework, coarse material (used for sails, tents, as a painting surface, etc.); painting which has been painted on canvas, cover something with canvas, cover with canvas; examine, scrutinize; discuss; solicit votes or opinions, ...||canvas|
|baked sweet flour-based food, block of something, congeal; coat (as with a layer of mud); become coated; shape into a compact mass; be shaped into a compact mass, form crust on something, form into a cake, shaped portion of savory food, sweet baked foo...||cake|
|become rough or coarse; make rough or coarse, make or become coarse||coarsen|
|blue denim working overalls; pants made from coarse durable material (generally blue denim); blue jeans, tough pants||dungarees|
|bombast, bombastic, cotton fabric with nap, cotton-linen cloth, linen; coarse fabric; high-sounding speech, flowery speech||fustian|
|bread made from rye flour, bread made of rye flour, bread flavored with the caraway seed||rye bread|
|bread made from white and whole-wheat flour||wheat bread|
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