verb (used with object)
verb (used without object)
Origin of malt
Examples from the Web for malt
This MALT category launches in 2014, with small but fast-growing revenue that will become mammoth in years ahead.
Consider a Guinness, an Irish stout, to balance the sweetness of fruits and molasses with its malt flavor.
Though raised in Memphis housing projects, he uses no slang and dislikes the taste of malt liquor.
They also have a small obsession with malt, and use four kinds at the bakery.
The extract of malt will be found an excellent remedy for coughs or colds.
The same quality of malt was used in all of these brews, but the brews were of different strengths.A Study Of American Beers and Ales|L.M. Tolman
Brown malt requires less time than pale malt, and still less than a mixture with raw grain, as already explained.A Dictionary of Arts, Manufactures and Mines|Andrew Ure
Malt extract is much dearer than honey, which is superior to it in value as a food.Papers on Health|John Kirk
There is one delightful old house, formerly a malt house, with all sorts of odd angles and corners.The Thames|G. E. Mitton