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Pronunciation: [bɹˈuːɪŋ] (IPA)

Brewing is the process of making beer, coffee, or tea. Synonyms for brewing include fermenting, steeping, infusing, and boiling. Fermenting refers to the process of allowing yeast to break down sugars in a solution, creating alcohol. Steeping involves soaking ingredients, such as tea leaves or coffee beans, in hot water to extract flavor. Infusing is similar to steeping but typically involves adding herbs or fruit to water or alcohol. Boiling is the process of heating a liquid to its boiling point, which can be used in brewing coffee or tea. Other synonyms for brewing include preparing, concocting, and distilling.

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Usage examples for Brewing

Some evil is brewing?
"In Desert and Wilderness"
Henryk Sienkiewicz
The Government have been doing the thing with too high a hand, and there's mischief brewing.
"The Martins Of Cro' Martin, Vol. II (of II)"
Charles James Lever
It's been brewing three years.
"The Locusts' Years"
Mary Helen Fee

Famous quotes with Brewing

  • Our challenge in this regard will be to broaden the scope of our federal funds in terms of international diplomacy, development aid, and international assistance. Many Latinos in the United States look at Latin America and see trouble brewing.
    Robert Menendez
  • Some time in the middle of the night, somebody gently shook him awake. He looked up to find Perseus squatting beside his bedroll. In a voice not much above a whisper, the laborer said, "We ain't actin' like niggers no more, Marse Jake. Figured I'd tell you, on account of you know we don't got to. You want to be careful fo' a while, is all I got to say." He slipped away. Featherston looked around, not altogether sure he hadn't been dreaming. He didn't see Perseus. He didn't hear anything. He rolled over and went back to sleep. A little before dawn, Captain Stuart's angry voice woke him: "Pompey? Where the hell are you, Pompey? I call you, you bring your black ass over here and find out what I want, do you hear me? Pompey!" Stuart's shouts went on and on. Wherever Pompey was, he wasn't coming when called. And then Michael Scott hurried up to Jake, a worried look on his face. "Sarge, you seen Nero or Perseus? Don't know where they're at, but they sure as hell ain't where they're supposed to be." "Jesus," Featherston said, bouncing to his feet. "It wasn't a dream. Sure as hell it wasn't." Scott stared at him, having no idea what he meant. He wasn't altogether sure himself. One thing seemed clear: trouble was brewing.
    Harry Turtledove
  • The great struggle of our age was brewing. One antagonist appeared as the will to dare for the sake of the new, the longed for, the reasonable and joyful, world, in which every man and woman may have scope to live fully, and live in service of mankind. The other seemed essentially the myopic fear of the unknown; or was it more sinister? Was it the cunning will for private mastery, which fomented for its own ends the archaic, reason-hating, and vindictive, passion of the tribe.
    Olaf Stapledon

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