milk containing a substitute for the butterfat.
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- fille de joie,
- filled gold,
- filled to the brim,
- filler cap,
- filler metal,
Origin of filled milk
First recorded in 1930–35
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Skim milk with vegetable oils added to substitute for butterfat.
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