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Example Sentences for "whisk"

You need to whisk the ingredients a long time in order to make a light and fluffy cakeIf you whisk the cream too long, it could change into butter.

You need to whisk the ingredients a long time in order to make a light and fluffy cake.

My arm got tired after whisking the cream for a few minutes.

Whisk the egg whites until foamy.

Peter Pan whisked Wendy away to Neverland.

The suspect was whisked into the police car, and taken away.

Security agents whisked the President away when the crowd started to get ugly.

He took her by the hand, and whisked her across the dance floor.

Can you pass me the whisk? I want to mix the milk into the dry ingredients now.

The tourists had just enough time to take a few photos of the church, and then were whisked back onto the bus by the tour guide.

Monks in the Jain religion have almost no possessions, apart from a robe, a bowl, a whisk broom to sweep away insects so that they are walked upon, and a cloth to cover the mouth so that insects are not accidentally breathed in and killed.

The President was whisked away by the secret service as soon as his speech was finished.

I need the whisk for a minute to mix the pancake batter.

The father whisked his little girl up in his arms and gave her a big hug.

The family is very rich, and the children are always being whisked away to a beach in Thailand or a ski trip in Switzerland.

Ralph Waldo Emerson once wrote, One cannot be sure of himself and his fortune an hour, but he may be whisked off into some pitiable or ridiculous plight.


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