oatmeal oatmeal  /ˈoʊt ˌmil/

Definition(s):

  1. (n) porridge made of rolled oats
  2. (n) meal made from rolled or ground oats

Synonym(s)

Usage(s):

  1. People can make oatmeal for 20 cents.
  2. They fed pork and lamb, fish, chicken and guinea-hen, eggs and milk, toast gruel, oatmeal, rolls, potatoes, vegetables.
  3. Usually before practice, cereal or oatmeal.

News

  1. Woman Tased 10-year-old girl over oatmeal, deputies say

    A 34-year-old Central Florida woman has been charged with aggravated child abuse after deputies say she Tased a 10-year-old girl over oatmeal.
    on June 15, 2013     Source: FOX 35 Orlando

  2. Cops: Mom shocked child with stun gun for oatmeal-making mistake

    An Orange County woman was arrested Thursday on aggravated child abuse charges after witnesses say she shocked her child with a stun gun for making oatmeal incorrectly on Sunday.        
    on June 15, 2013     Source: Orlando Sentinel

  3. Cops: Woman used stun gun on child for messing up oatmeal

    A woman is accused of using a stun gun to discipline a 10-year-old child for not making oatmeal prop
    on June 15, 2013     Source: Central Florida News 13

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Quotes

  1. "I stayed in a little tiny cabin," Nolly said of Tunkwa Lake. "I woke up at 6:30-7, had a cup of coffee, some oatmeal, packed peanut butter and jellys, fished all day until 9:30 at night, made a fire, made some food and went to sleep. The...
    on Jul 8, 2010 By: Jay Nolly Source: The Province

  2. "Eat oatmeal the day you pitch, with milk and sugar," Washburn said Friday inside the Mariners' clubhouse. "He said it has some kind of long-term energy effects. I'm still eating it on the days I pitch."
    on Feb 17, 2006 By: Jarrod Washburn Source: SI.com

  3. "In a recent study, we asked 100 people who wanted to lose weight to make themselves hot oatmeal each day. Oatmeal's a very healthy, filling food--so we were surprised to find that the typical study participant actually gained 8/10ths of a...
    on Dec 2, 2009 By: Brian Wansink Source: Forbes

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