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  • noun Plural form of broiling.


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  • It was such relief, such rest, to go from those broilings and beheadings and crucifixions and

    Roman Holidays, and Others

  • The French soup-kettle stands ever ready to receive the bones, the thin fibrous flaps, the sinewy and gristly portions, which are so often included in our roasts or broilings, which fill our plates with unsightly _debris_, and finally make an amount of blank waste for which we pay our butcher the same price that we pay for what we have eaten.

    American Woman's Home

  • Suzette disliked father Juan’s doctrine, and, determined against fasting and mortification, chose to go to heaven her own way, in spite of the fryings, burnings, roastings, and broilings, with which he threatened her heresy.

    Lovers and Friends; or, Modern Attachments


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