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churn out


  • WordNet 3.6
    • v churn out produce something at a fast rate "He churns out papers, but they are all about the same topic"
    • v churn out perform in a mechanical way
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  • Arthur Seldon
    Arthur Seldon
    “Socialism is a vast machine for churning out piles of goods marked Take it or leave it.”


In literature:

Then she washed out her churn and put it away.
"A Little Girl in Old Boston" by Amanda Millie Douglas
All expression died out of his face while his brain churned within.
"The House with the Green Shutters" by George Douglas Brown
The Thames flows on after its junction with the Churn, and receives other pretty streams, all coming out of the Cotswolds.
"England, Picturesque and Descriptive" by Joel Cook
Get out the buttermilk, and salt thoroughly within fifteen minutes after churning, either with water or without, as you prefer.
"Soil Culture" by J. H. Walden
Dinner over, the usual crowd settle around the card-table, and the gramophone churns out the same old tunes.
"Cavalry of the Clouds" by Alan Bott
They cannot see out of their eyes for the drift, and the water churns and gurgles in their boots.
"The Works of Robert Louis Stevenson - Swanston Edition Vol. XXII (of 25)" by Robert Louis Stevenson
While the bread is rising I scald out the churn and rinse with cold water and then put in the cream and churn it by hand.
"The American Country Girl" by Martha Foote Crow
Even with hunger in prospective, Sam could not apply himself to the churn when he thought there was any fun going on out-doors.
"Father Brighthopes" by John Townsend Trowbridge
But it's soulless work churning out this political twaddle.
"The Call of the Town" by John Alexander Hammerton
She could grind and pump and churn and buzz by the week, and never stop to oil up or blow out.
"Library of the World's Best Literature, Ancient and Modern, Vol. 9" by Various
His browned, cracked fingers gripped the wet wood as the sea churned ever higher, now blotting out the dim line of the horizon.
"Project Cyclops" by Thomas Hoover
Then he fetched a can of hot-water to rinse out and warm the churn.
"The Rosery Folk" by George Manville Fenn
When the butter was taken out of the churn, the men packed it solidly in wooden boxes about two feet square and four inches deep.
"How We are Fed" by James Franklin Chamberlain
When the churning is finished, take up the lump and carefully work out every particle of milk.
"Clayton's Quaker Cook-Book" by H. J. Clayton
I have been churning, and packing butter, every day since Monday, and could not get out.
"The Catholic World; Volume I, Issues 1-6" by E. Rameur
I get out of bed usually about tea-time and sit by the window and churn over past, present, and future.
"The Journal of a Disappointed Man" by Wilhelm Nero Pilate Barbellion
I would have shouted for glee to see that darling Hughie go churning out to sea.
"Dodo's Daughter" by E. F. Benson
I have been churning, and packing butter, every day since Monday, and could not get out.
"All-Hallow Eve; or, The Test of Futurity." by Robert Curtis
Mother thinks a dash-churn, stand and flap the dasher straight up and down till your arms and legs give out, is the best kind.
"Dorothy at Skyrie" by Evelyn Raymond
The car churned through it without the engine damping out.
"Dan Carter Cub Scout" by Mildred A. Wirt

In poetry:

It is the lonely human surf
Surging through alleys chill with grime,
The muttering churning ceaseless floe
Adrift out of the North of time.
"A Seamark" by Bliss William Carman
He'd chance around when Spense was out,
A feller sort o' airy;
An' poke around free's the wind,
With Deely in the dairy.
(Old Spense hed got a patent churn,
Thet gev the Church a drefful turn).
"Old Spense" by Isabella Valancy Crawford

In news:

Out on Folly Beach, a little sandwich shop called the ' Wich Doctor is churning out some excellent sandwiches and Neapolitan pizza.
3-D Printers Churn Out Holiday Gifts.
Next year, truck manufacturers will begin churning out trucks with ne.
The only thing she doesn't do well is promote herself -- while LaValle has a PR machine constantly churning, we oftentimes find out about Flemings ' accomplishments second hand, not from the candidate herself.
Sadly, Activision is content to sit on its laurels and churn out slight variations of the same title year after year using the same outdated gaming engine.
Not according to Alexandros Vardakostas, founder of robotics firm Momentum Machines, whose new "Burgeon" can churn out a burger every 16 seconds.
The floodwaters churned by Superstorm Sandy damaged waterfront homes along Connecticut's southwest coast, and turned the charming center of tony Westport into a ghost town, with sandbags lining streets of flooded-out boutique shops.
Drifter's Hamburger 's owner Rich Beaven has opened his second burger joint, where he spends plenty of time working the flat top churning out tasty burgers and fries.
Smokies 'just getting hammered ' as storm continues to churn out snow.
And they churned out over twice as many rushing yards.
Indie stalwart Henry Jaglom churns out Queen of the Lot.
University of Wisconsin System officials want to churn out more degree-holders with a new online - 1:26 am.
Dwarf galaxy violently churns out offspring 12 million light-years from Earth.
Image confirms a faraway spiral galaxy is indeed churning out new stars at a rapid rate.
The copiers had just stopped churning out box scores and the fans had barely made it to the exits before Ohio State's honeymoon officially ended.

In science:

This mechanism, figuratively speaking, churns out a succession of events, each individual ly unpredictable, or it conspires to produce an unforeseeable outcome each time a large ensemble of possibilities is sampled.
Incompleteness, Complexity, Randomness and Beyond