[ UK /ˈɛɡbiːtɐ/ ]
  1. an aircraft without wings that obtains its lift from the rotation of overhead blades
  2. a mixer for beating eggs or whipping cream
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How To Use eggbeater In A Sentence

  • I make whipped cream all the time with my eggbeater so I assumed that a meringue could hardly be all that more work. Aunt Margaret's strawberry delight | Homesick Texan
  • `We'll have to fly this eggbeater together,'" Giordino told Loren as the pain in his legs subsided from sheer agony to a throbbing ache. INCA GOLD
  • In water polo, our timeouts consist of eggbeatering (treading water) to stay afloat.
  • Breakfast is usually unsugared shredded wheat with Rice Dream or I'll make an omelet with Eggbeaters, chopped scallions, mushrooms, and celery.
  • With big blue eyes the size of saucers and blond hair that looked like it was combed with an eggbeater, she was a whirlwind in motion. Chicken Soup for the Soul: Grandmothers
  • It was my own tool and I used it whenever I could: a plastic eggbeater. 2009 September | Baking Bites
  • Garden Tuesday – 08/18/09 - Bean Bounty eggbeater silence does not make the heart grow fonder. Spicy pickled okra | Homesick Texan
  • From blenders to eggbeaters, it's all here, somewhere, in this deliciously jumbled secondhand-cookware store.
  • He will insist that in some fantastic way his Auntie Flossie’s death is mixed up with our eggbeater, which is what we ambiguously call our magnetic fuse.” Died in the Wool
  • My stand mixer makes a mean meringue, but that eggbeater is perfect for whipping a single egg white to fold into grandma’s favorite tapioca pudding. My first kitchen gadget | Baking Bites
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