[ UK /bˈɑːm/ ]
  1. a commercial leavening agent containing yeast cells; used to raise the dough in making bread and for fermenting beer or whiskey
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How To Use barm In A Sentence

  • A barman at the pub said that he was one of the first two men to be arrested. Times, Sunday Times
  • “No, there ain’t no Bowlong,” said the barmaid, taking up a glasscloth and a drying tumbler and beginning to polish the latter. The Wheels of Chance: a bicycling idyll
  • Barmbrack (currant tea bread) is a celebration of chestnuts and walnut harvests. Times, Sunday Times
  • However peculiarity is a characteristic of all things Royal, not to say outright barminess.
  • Barmy idea - and I was too expensive? Times, Sunday Times
  • ‘Typically, in the past, debarments have lasted three to five years for lesser infractions,’ he says.
  • But barmy carbohydrate appears in starch and candy, include those consist in food to counteract the starch in be being added into treatment food and candy.
  • In the beginning, even Scotland's leading folk musicians thought Celtic Connections was a barmy idea.
  • And whether you visit Nadine Dorries MP's blog of wanton barminess here or otherwise here where "here" and "here" are at one and the some place you will find that her parliamentary blogcullis is gone. The Dorries Sensation: Gazillion Hits, Official
  • In a further twist to this story, Baker must know that there is absolutely nothing he, as an MP, can do about changing what he condemns as a "barmy" directive. How we are governed
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