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custard Sweet sauce, traditionally made by cooking milk with eggs; more commonly using custard powder (coloured and flavoured cornflour) and milk; a 100‐g portion (sweetened) is a source of calcium and vitamin B2, and supplies 85 kcal (355 kJ). See also caramel cream; confectioner's custard.

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custard

custard †open meat or fruit pie, thickened with eggs, etc. XV; dish or sweet made from eggs beaten up with milk XVII. In early recipes varying with †custade, also †crustarde — AN. *crustade, f. cruste, OF. crouste CRUST; see -ADE.

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custard

cus·tard / ˈkəstərd/ • n. a dessert or sweet sauce made with milk, eggs, and sugar.

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custard

custardballad, salad •collard, Lollard, pollard •bicoloured (US bicolored), dullard, multicoloured (US multicolored), particoloured (US particolored), self-coloured (US self-colored), uncoloured (US uncolored), varicoloured (US varicolored), versicoloured (US versicolored) •enamored, Muhammad •ill-humoured (US ill-humored) •Seanad, unmannered •Leonard • synod • unhonoured •Bernard, gurnard •unhampered •leopard, shepherd •untempered •Angharad, Harrod •Herod • hundred • unanswered •uncensored • unsponsored •Blanchard • dastard • unchartered •bastard • unlettered • unsheltered •self-centred (US self-centered) • it'd •unfiltered • unregistered • unwatered •unaltered • dotard • untutored •uncluttered, unuttered •bustard, custard, mustard •method • unbothered • Harvard •unflavoured (US unflavored) •lily-livered, undelivered •undiscovered

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