- n fine powdery foodstuff obtained by grinding and sifting the meal of a cereal grain
- v cover with flour
flour fish or meat before frying it
- v convert grain into flour
- They had traced the flour back from Briand's bakeshop through the government-controlled flour depot to a mill near Poitiers, nearly 300 miles away.
- Best patent flour is retailing in Columbus today for $1.
- Flour retails here about $2 for a sack of 48 lb.
- Samantha Ronson in Chicago Tribune
The girl who threw [the flour] acted like an animal herself,Ronson wrote on her MySpace blog. "I take that back, it's an insult to animals to group her in with them, my dog is FAR more civilized than that person."
- Gwyneth Paltrow in TheCelebrityCafe.com
If you saw me naked [now] compared to what I looked like when I did Iron Man 2, when I was exercising every day - I'll get it back together, but I've never eaten so much fried food and white flour in my life, ever,said Paltrow.
- Alan Garcia in International Herald Tribune
He offered us some tamales and pies made with coca flour. He offered us a coca liqueur cocktail,Garcia said. "Could eating coca leaf be harmful? No, absolutely not."