- a mixture of different grains, flours, or meals, especially rye mixed with wheat.
- bread made from such a mixture of grains.
- a mixture; medley.
Origin of maslin
Also called mashlam.
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Examples from the Web for maslin
As a former rock critic, Ms. Maslin should know better than to impute bad intent here.
William Stadiem on trying to save his reputation—and what Maslin got wrong.
Ms. Maslin thus played her version of “the race card,” to which I immediately responded with a letter to the editor crying foul.
"I don't know if I have done right or not, Colonel Maslin," she said.
"And I am awfully afraid of your grandmother," declared Colonel Maslin.
Colonel Maslin was silent for a time, and when he spoke his voice was very sad.
"A mere man isn't supposed to think," laughed Colonel Maslin.
"Worse than death," said Mrs. Horton, thinking of young Mrs. Maslin.