The sifter dumped flotsam—bricks, wiring, barbecue grills, bicycle wheels—in piles to be shipped to landfills upstate.
My father, mother, and sifter met the steamer train at Euston.
sifter Louisa drew it from among the folds of her long black robes.
It was lying in the sifter after most of the sand and dust had been blown away.
Among the Cherokees it is common, in asking about the sex of a new arrival, to inquire, Is it a bow or a sifter?
When inquiring as to the sex of the new arrival the Cherokee asks, “Is it a bow or a (meal) sifter?”
Then we dropped in at The Silver Shark, a little inn about the size of a large dustbin of two compartments and a sifter.
Little girl, hurry; a sifter, a sifter; lets see wholl get it, lets see wholl get it!
(e) Mix the flour and baking-powder in a sifter and gradually sift and beat it into the mixture until it is thoroughly blended.
On the other side is another bin for flour, which is provided with a sifter.