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blancmangeblanc‧mange /bləˈmɒnʒ, -ˈmɒndʒ $ -ˈmɑː-/ noun [countable, uncountable] British English  DFFa cold sweet food made from cornflour, milk, and sugar syn pudding American English
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blancmangeThis exercise is helpful for those whose bottoms have grown to resemble a blancmange.A car is heterogeneous: unlike a blancmange, almost any portion of the car is different from other portions.Puds with flair include almond blancmange and bread-and-butter pudding; the long, shrewd wine list starts at £6.90.After a period of some 45min, the vat appeared full of blancmange.She looks like a double helping of pink blancmange, and about as exciting.Santorini is about as stable as the proverbial blancmange.She hit the blancmange of the shoreline, bounced over it and flew sprawling into some bushes.It scared and disgusted her the way every male she met suddenly started ogling the blancmange under her blouse.
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