Idioms about oat
- to feel frisky or lively.
- to be aware of and use one's importance or power.
Origin of oat
OTHER WORDS FROM oatoatlike, adjective
Words nearby oat
How to use oat in a sentence
This year’s jankiest ad came from Oatly, a company that is very good at making oat milk and very bad at making commercials.The 5 worst Super Bowl commercials, from Dolly Parton’s betrayal to that awkward Oatly jingle|Maura Judkis, Sonia Rao|February 8, 2021|Washington Post
Just like this mushroom oat risotto, it’s great for lunch or dinner, too.8 sweet or savory oatmeal recipes to recharge your morning routine|Daniela Galarza|January 6, 2021|Washington Post
Elliott Prag, lead chef at the Institute of Culinary Education in New York City, explains that oat flour absorbs more liquid than other flours, which makes for drier, denser baked goods.
A quarter-cup serving of oat flour has a similar nutritional profile to all-purpose flour.
When you pack the bag, oat shavings will fly around the kitchen, and that’s OK.
She is positively brisk in hustling for apples in the orchard and for heads of oats around the oat stack.
Little did he think that that middling oat-bearing land was being minded and brooded upon.Mushroom Town|Oliver Onions
Through the tent flap I have an excellent view of the haystacks and the stack of oat sheaves.
Meal dus' in my th'oat, grit in my eye, en I aint kin git my breff, skacely.Nights With Uncle Remus|Joel Chandler Harris
He halted upon a knoll in the oat-field, and stood to breathe the cool air from the low-lying meadow.A Yankee from the West|Opie Read
British Dictionary definitions for oat
- to feel exuberant
- to feel self-important