Definition of 'lashing'
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Best served toasted and spread with lashings of butter. Times, Sunday Times (2016)All with lashings of ginger beer, obvs. The Sun (2016)But Friday looks to be increasingly unsettled with heavy winds and further lashings of rain right across the UK. The Sun (2016)The whole piece has warmth and lashings of local colour. Times, Sunday Times (2009)The winner gets lashings of ginger beer. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Then she adds cream eyeshadow to the eyelids and lashings of mascara. The Sun (2014)Serve in slices with lashings of cream. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Might lashings of ginger beer be next on the menu? The Sun (2013)Either find a punchy lip gloss or add lashings of clear gloss on top of your favourite lippy. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Serve with lashings of sour cream. Times, Sunday Times (2007)There is very little food that is not immeasurably improved with lashings of butter and Parmesan. Times, Sunday Times (2009)It's made from cherries and almonds and best served warm with lashings of butter. The Sun (2013)Easy to grow and prune, they add lashings of colour throughout spring and summer. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Pop open the bottles of ginger beer - and add lashings of vodka. The Sun (2012)Instead, a simple flick or lashings of mascara is best. The Sun (2015)All three men would like butter, lashings of it. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Or rather, lashings with ginger beer. Times, Sunday Times (2012)And ginger beer, lashings of it. Times, Sunday Times (2012)I bound them with her lashes and finished the look with lashings of mascara. The Sun (2012)If you want a dramatic look, aim your colour towards the brow bone and team with lashings of mascara. The Sun (2012)Finish with lashings of mascara. The Sun (2015)Most people are happy to eat a pot of chicken liver pâté, especially if it has been cooked with cognac and lashings of butter. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Yesterday brought a full-blown gale, sending the leaves flying off the trees and lashings of rain. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Team with lashings of mascara to'pop' the colour. The Sun (2011)Simply pour over ice and add lashings of fresh mint - no one will guess it's straight out of a bottle. The Sun (2014)Rather, the young lover is once again having his cake and eating it - this time with a mature wine and lashings of extra cream. Times, Sunday Times (2009)WITH recent gales and lashings of rain, it may not seem particularly warm, but temperatures have held up surprisingly well this month. Times, Sunday Times (2006)
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