A dish consisting of milk, eggs, flavoring, and sometimes sugar, boiled or baked until set.(noun)
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Use "custard" in a sentence
"-- The custard given in the accompanying recipe is commonly known as _boiled custard_, but this is in no sense a correct name, for the custard at no time reaches the boiling point."
""Custard pie -- custard pie," she sang, softly, yet unctuously, as she stirred and mingled the materials before her; "custard pie -- _custard_ pie."
"Btw, do you need to add vanilla extract again since the custard is already vanilla flavoured?"