- half volley,
- half wellington,
Origin of half-and-half
Examples from the Web for half-and-half
The Half-and-Half was one of those early Victorian halls of the people, with fixed stars and only a few meteors.
Mrs. Dunn solaced herself with a pint of half-and-half in a beer-shop, and went home with the change.A Life's Secret|Mrs. Henry Wood
The word-play about her eyes seemed to savour of the "Half-and-Half."
His dress accorded well with his character—a sort of half-and-half between farmer and horse-jockey.Fairy Legends and Traditions of The South of Ireland|T. Crofton Crocker
By this time the waiter brought Mr. Peacock the half-and-half.The Caxtons, Complete|Edward Bulwer-Lytton
1756 as "ale and porter;" as a mixture of milk and cream, by 1946.