noun British Dialect.
Origin of frumenty
Examples from the Web for frumenty
Can't give you much,—mysterious inward complaint, myself,—can't eat anything but frumenty.The Long Roll|Mary Johnston
But, to Daoud's relief, Fra Tomasso only shut his eyes and shook his head, his cheeks quivering gently like a bowl of frumenty.The Saracen: Land of the Infidel|Robert Shea
She said "Come in," wearily, thinking it was the frumenty and the Christmas cakes.The Peace Egg and Other tales|Juliana Horatia Ewing
But the most important harvest, after gleaning for frumenty, was the blackberries.Sons and Lovers|David Herbert Lawrence
Frumenty, which is made of wheat boiled in milk was a standing dish at every harvest supper.Old English Sports|Peter Hampson Ditchfield