It is as yeasty as a dinner roll, and cut to form a pocket with closed ends that shore in all ingredients.
The cauliflower head changes, or rises to a fine rocky or yeasty head, and ultimately falls down.
They are the dough, and they dislike that yeasty stuff of life which comes and works about in them.
In fact, he was so winded that he hardly knew when he dipped his blade in the yeasty water, or drew it quaveringly toward him.
What awakening, what striving with tears, what working of a yeasty conscience!
In a little time there was a down-draw in the water behind the embankment—a sucking whirlpool, all yellow and yeasty.
We wheeled away to the right, and splashed into yeasty froth.
Up to twenty a boy's years were kind of yeasty and uncertain, and if he was any way self-headed he ought to be left to run.
The Nadine's rockets had burned away the yeasty soil when she came to ground.
The southern trades were whipping the waves of the distant bay and harbor into yeasty crests.