Stew it with some broth, a little butter, and some cullis, if any at hand.
The pulp to be put to the cullis before the heads are added.
Make it as for cullis; but leave out the spices, herbs, and flour.
Believing that "He is faithful that promised" he sent for Dr. cullis to come and pray with him.
It will now be formed into a rich strong gravy, easily converted into cullis, or thickened gravy.
A proposition was made, and arrangements were perfected to visit Doctor cullis, to secure the benefit of his prayers.
Two years after he was seen by Dr. cullis, and continued in perfect health, and engaged in active business.
cullis, kul′is, n. a gutter in a roof: a groove, as for a side-scene in a theatre.
Rub it through a search, and put it into a stewpan with two spoonfuls of cullis; put in a little salt and cayenne.
The masculine form coulis means a clear broth, or cullis, as it was called in English up to the 18th century.