a finely milled, bleached white flour from the Indian subcontinent, used in making pastries and traditional flatbreads.
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How to use maida in a sentence
Her eyes were fixed on the motor omnibuses passing up and down maida Vale at the end of her road.Jaffery | William J. Locke
“Amy White's mother plays dominoes with her every evening,” maida remarked.
Annie was almost inconceivably a child, much more of a child than maida or Adelaide Edes.
Then there was one double gasp of admiration from maida and Adelaide in their white frocks and blue ribbons.
maida and Vimiero were real defeats, but the numbers engaged were insignificant.Battles of English History | H. B. (Hereford Brooke) George