- mainly British a hot or cold pudding made by boiling or baking milk with a grain, esp rice
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Examples from the Web for milk pudding
After breakfast the old woman said to the Brahman, “To-morrow I want a milk-pudding for dinner.”
And he milked them all, and next day his wife cooked a milk-pudding such as one would not see again if one lived a thousand years.
So she suddenly rushed up and put her foot right into the middle of the milk-pudding.
A single joint, followed invariably by one kind or another of milk-pudding.Charlotte Bronte and Her Circle
Clement K. Shorter
It is not exciting for them to dine on five courses instead of on roast mutton and vegetables and milk-pudding.Nights in London</p>