[ UK /tˈɪnd/ ]
  1. sealed in a can or jar
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How To Use tinned In A Sentence

  • Where a surface was unlikely to be seen but nonetheless required a finish, it was tinned.
  • He found some disagreeable remnants — a watery stew, cold and sodden; a basin half-full of some kind of tinned soup; a chill suet pudding put away on a shelf. The Unpleasantness At The Belladonna Club
  • All the cables are sleeved with a tinned copper braid, which act to shield the rest of the PC from EMI.
  • When onions are very soft, add the tikka spice powder, tinned tomatoes and chopped coriander and bring to the boil. The Sun
  • Add tinned tomatoes, chilli powder and ground cumin, then season with pepper. The Sun
  • And although tinned iron was known to him by the 1790s, it appears that he did not use it for roofing until his work at the University of Virginia.
  • We finally produced carrots and potatoes, fresh green peas and mint, tinned meat, gravy, plum pudding and custard, nuts, raisins and sweets.
  • Not dissimilar to the 1960's standby in the 'burbs of Toronto called "ambrosia" which was a white sweet glommy glob including coconut flakes, tinned mandarin orange segments and other preserved ingredients. Latter-day fixin's!
  • So if you crave something sweet, try its opulent fruit salad loaded with kiwi, mango, pineapple, grapes and strawberries or tinned lychees (the only fruit that is arguably as good tinned as fresh).
  • The jidda, made of tinned copper, came in a variety of sizes, large sizes being required for festival meals.
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