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Use "stewed" in a sentence
"Actually I thought it were very similar to what we call stewed (with milk) macaroni's here in Sweden."
"When we look back on our lives we probably see it in this way, episodes of note and in between an aggregate memory of undistinguished days: dinners, breakfasts, showers, sleep., sprinkles of cuteness from Penni's two very young and gorgeous daughters One of them calls stewed apples 'stupid apples.'"
"So he stewed, which is something that he has done plenty of since the beginning of the summer."