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Broth vs. Cullis

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Brothnoun

(uncountable) Water in which food (meat or vegetable etc) has been boiled.

Cullisnoun

(architecture) A gutter in a roof.

Brothnoun

(countable) A soup made from broth and other ingredients such as vegetables, herbs or diced meat.

Cullisnoun

(architecture) A channel or groove, as for a side-scene in a theatre.

Brothnoun

Liquid in which flesh (and sometimes other substances, as barley or rice) has been boiled; thin or simple soup.

‘I am sure by your unprejudiced discourses that you love broth better than soup.’;

Cullisnoun

A strong broth of meat, strained and made clear for someone who is ill or infirm; also, a savoury jelly.

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Brothnoun

liquid in which meat and vegetables are simmered; used as a basis for e.g. soups or sauces;

‘she made gravy with a base of beef stock’;

Cullisnoun

A strong broth of meat, strained and made clear for invalids; also, a savory jelly.

‘When I am exellent at caudlesAnd cullises . . . you shall be welcome to me.’;

Brothnoun

a thin soup of meat or fish or vegetable stock

Cullisnoun

A gutter in a roof; a channel or groove.

Broth

Broth, also known as bouillon [French pronunciation: ​[bu.jɔ̃]], is a savory liquid made of water in which bones, meat, or vegetables have been simmered. It can be eaten alone, but it is most commonly used to prepare other dishes, such as soups, gravies, and sauces.

Cullisnoun

a gutter in a roof

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Cullis

Cullis is a surname.

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