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angel food cake a light white sponge cake made of beaten egg whites, cream of tartar, flour, and sugar.
Bloody Sunday March 7, 1965, the day on which American civil rights activists, led by John Lewis and others, marched onto the Edmund Pettus Bridge in Selma, Alabama and were beaten and tear-gassed by waiting police officers and deputies on the other side.
chiffon having a light, airy, or frothy consistency, as a dessert made with beaten egg whites. [1/3 definitions]
churn an apparatus in which cream or milk is beaten or agitated to form butter. [1/6 definitions]
eggnog a drink made of beaten eggs, milk or cream, sugar, and often rum or other liquor.
flip2 a mixed drink made with an alcoholic beverage, sugar, and beaten eggs.
gnarled roughened, sinewy, or weather-beaten, as from old age or hard manual work. [1/2 definitions]
gold foil gold that has been beaten into thin sheets, slightly thicker than gold leaf.
gold leaf gold rolled or beaten into extremely thin sheets, used esp. for gilding.
meringue egg whites beaten stiff with sugar and sometimes flavoring, used to form a pastry shell or as a topping on other baked foods.
mousseline sauce any of various sauces made with whipped cream or beaten egg whites.
nog2 a drink made with beaten eggs and often liquor; eggnog. [1/2 definitions]
omelet a dish made from beaten eggs that are cooked into a single sheet and folded, often over a filling of cheese, tomatoes, mushrooms, or other ingredients.
path a track beaten by the feet of people or animals. [1/4 definitions]
soufflé a light, spongy baked dish made with beaten egg whites combined with white sauce, egg yolks, and various other ingredients such as cheese or spinach. [1/2 definitions]
Tom and Jerry a hot drink containing rum, water or milk, beaten eggs, sugar, and spices.
unstoppable not able to be stopped, overcome, or beaten.
weatherworn weather-beaten.