Turn the heat down to 325°F and continue cooking until internal temperature reads 140°F on a thermometer.
It's almost impossible to read the thermometer of public opinion when it comes to LaBeouf's recent melt down/revelation.
Every government in Delhi keeps a thermometer in its holster and calibrates its decibel levels according to ground temperature.
Every time the thermometer drops, another anti-science politician mocks climate change as a fallacy.
A thermometer on the wall furthest from the stove stood at eighty degrees.
Here, in winter, the thermometer sinks 70 degrees below zero.
In New Guinea you eat your Christmas dinner in the open air, with the thermometer at over 100° in the shade.
Next week don't be surprised, however, to find the thermometer lower.
There is hard frost in the early morning, and at nine o'clock the thermometer stands at 2.
Now draw the thermometer out of the water, but leaving it still in the steam.
thermometer ther·mom·e·ter (thər-mŏm'ĭ-tər)
An instrument for measuring temperature.
An instrument used to measure temperature. There are many types of thermometers; the most common consist of a closed, graduated glass tube in which a liquid expands or contracts as the temperature increases or decreases. Other types of thermometers work by detecting changes in the volume or pressure of an enclosed gas or by registering thermoelectric changes in a conductor (such as a thermistor or thermocouple).