- whole milk reduced by evaporation to a thick consistency, with sugar added.
Origin of condensed milk
First recorded in 1855–60
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Examples from the Web for condensed milk
A condensed-milk plant was set afire—each side charged it to the other—and the city was hysterical.Babbitt
And once before my eyes his ready lips sucked the condensed-milk off our tin-opener before plunging it into a tin of potted meat.Notes of a Camp-Follower on the Western Front
E. W. Hornung
Its horizon is a few grotto-like dust-shoots, decorated with old bottles and condensed-milk tins.Nights in London</p>
The condensed-milk factory must have been responsible for some surprises to the cows when they were first milked in its interests.
Stock farming is for milk rather than for meat, and more than one condensed-milk factory is in operation.
- milk reduced by evaporation to a thick concentration, with sugar addedCompare evaporated milk
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