This whole project could be fruitful and dredge up even more dirt on Nixon.
Coat each stuffing bite with this egg wash, then dredge in the bread crumbs until fully coated and set aside.
Cut the baccalà into chunks, about 3-inches square and dredge on all sides in flour.
They get $8 million to dredge the channel for pleasure boats to sail to Catalina Island.
Let me go ahead and dredge this up before someone else does.
dredge with flour and curry powder, add three quarts of boiling mutton broth, and half a cupful of raw ham chopped fine.
dredge your cake tins with flour and your cake will not stick to the pan.
dredge lightly with flour over the top, and roll out gently to the required size without turning.
The tug and dredge on the harbour are doing their share, too.
Somehow Mikah managed to dredge up enough strength to keep going.
late 15c., in Scottish dreg-boat "boat for dredging," perhaps ultimately from root of drag (possibly via Middle Dutch dregghe "drag-net"). The verb is attested from c.1500 in Scottish. Related: Dredged; dredging.
(Job 24:6). See CORN.