Sunday, 27 July 2014



1. a whitish nutritious fluid produced and secreted by the mammary glands of mature female mammals and used for feeding their young until weaned
2. the milk of cows, goats, or other animals used by man as a food or in the production of butter, cheese, etc.
3. any similar fluid in plants, such as the juice of a coconut
4. any of various milk-like pharmaceutical preparations, such as milk of magnesia
5. to draw milk from the udder of (a cow, goat, or other animal)
6. (intr.) (of cows, goats, or other animals) to yield milk
7. (trans.) to draw off or tap in small quantities
8. (trans.) to extract as much money, help, etc., as possible from
9. (trans.) to extract venom, sap, etc., from

Where we play
With milk about to go bad
Or seriously unstable
And rhubarb
Just because we can

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