Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary
meal, porridge, soup, made from pease
When the meal was over, Pease asked Mr. Jessup if he would step into the store a few minutes.
"Continental Monthly, Vol. II. July, 1862. No. 1." by
It was only corn meal and pease and ham-bone and skins which she had for our supper.
"Memories of Childhood's Slavery Days" by
Annie L. Burton
Luxurious lobster-nights, farewell,
For sober, studious days!
And Burlington's delicious meal,
For salads, tarts, and pease!
"Farewell to London" by
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