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malted

[ mawl-tid ]

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  • un·malted adjective

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Word History and Origins

Origin of malted1

1670–80 for sense “made into malt”; malt + -ed 2

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Example Sentences

This pretty tackle box of goodies features a wide range of the company’s Easter-themed candy, including a gummy chick, milk chocolate mini chicks, malted eggs, gummy bunnies, jelly beans, and caramel robin eggs.

The malted barley, yeast, and water are cooked, fermented, and distilled exactly the same.

More than half of the patrons at the bar are holding glasses full of Casa Bruja's malted barley red ale.

A single malt is made with malted barley in pot stills at a single distillery.

Gose is athousand-year-old style of German malted wheat beer brewed with coriander and salt.

Milk punches aid in keeping up the strength; malted milk and eggs beaten in milk are nutritious and easily digested.

When Indian corn is the subject of distillation, it must be malted in the same way as described in the article Beer.

One hundred parts of well malted barley appear to contain about one part of this new body.

Hannah brought me in a cup of hot milk, with a Valentine's malted milk tablet dissolved in it.

Does Dorothy call up the Alpha Delt house to arrange for a malted before she goes to bed?

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