English words and Examples of Usage

Example Sentences for "grease"

The gas station can use any old clothing or blankets you don't want as rags for cleaning up grease and oilI wiped the grease off my bicycle with an old rag I found in the basement.

The gas station can use any old clothing or blankets you don't want as rags for cleaning up grease and oil.

Putting kitchen grease down your household drain will plug it up.

Don't wipe your hands on your shirt, you'll get it all greasy.

The food in that restaurant is horrible - really greasy, and way too salty.

A simple modification of the car's engine allows it to use cooking grease as fuel.

In 1400 B.C., it was a fashion for Egyptian women to put a cone of scented grease on their head and let it slowly melt over their bodies and clothes, making their skin shiny and sweet-smelling.

After working on my motorcycle, I had grease all over my hands.

This food is too greasy; it's really disgusting.

The newspaper holding the fish and chips was soaked in grease.

If you grease your wheels a bit, they'll stop squeaking.

We cooked the eggs in the grease from the bacon.

Make sure you grease the pan well, so the bread doesn't stick.

She lay the pizza on a greased cookie sheet and put it in the oven.

You should wash your hair more often; it looks really greasy.

It took him an hour to scrape all the grease off the skillet.

These French fries are super greasy; I think it's time to change the oil in the fryer.

An old saying remarks that the squeaky wheel gets the grease.

Vic Gold once noted that the squeaking wheel doesn't always get the grease. Sometimes it gets replaced.


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