dry measure

NOUN
  1. a unit of capacity for dry commodities (as fruit or grain)
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How To Use dry measure In A Sentence

  • An ounce in liquid measure is different from an ounce in dry measure.
  • Four ounces (dry measure) yield 90 g of carbs that are easy to eat and won't fill you up, so you'll be ready to eat again within three hours.
  • A "firlot" is a fourth part of a boll, dry measure. The Proverbs of Scotland
  • An ounce in liquid measure is different from an ounce in dry measure.
  • Hollow (R.V., "kab"), occurs only in 2 Kings 6: 25; a dry measure, the sixth part of a seah, and the eighteenth part of an ephah, equal to about two English quarts. Easton's Bible Dictionary
  • An ounce in liquid measure is different from an ounce in dry measure.
  • Accordingly, Edinburgh would keep the ell for linear measure, Linlithgow the firlot for dry measure, Lanark the troy stone for weight, and Stirling the jug for liquid capacity.
  • The ephah was a dry measure, and the bath a liquid measure, containing about seven gallons, four pints, or three pecks, three pints.
  • An ounce in liquid measure is different from an ounce in dry measure.
  • That one neighbour do not cheat another in commerce (v. 10): You shall have just balances, in which to weigh both money and goods, a just ephah for dry measure of corn and flour, a just bath for the measure of liquids, wine, and oil; and the ephah and bath shall be one measure, the tenth part of a chomer, or cor, v. 11. Commentary on the Whole Bible Volume IV (Isaiah to Malachi)
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