noun. ['ˈsɪftɪŋ'] the act of separating grain from chaff.
Rhymes with Sifting
Sentences with sifting
1. Verb, gerund or present participle
Small pieces of topaz sometimes may be found by sifting dirt through the screen.
2. Noun, singular or mass
With sand there is no sifting.
Do not skip the sifting** step or you will wind up with lumpy icing!
Quotes about sifting
1. Your soul is the priestess of memory, selecting, sifting, and ultimately gathering your vanishing days toward presence.
- John O'Donohue, Anam Cara: A Book of Celtic Wisdom
2. Siesta Mud tracked from the rice fields blazon a pathFrom kitchen to cellar escaping noon’s wrath.A quiet siesta to break the ordealOf scything and sifting and spinning the wheel.Half a dream later he returns to the fieldTo seeding earth’s furrows. massaging its yield.And when Sun descends gravely back to her tombHe tracks back to the kitchen, the cellar, his room.
- Beryl Dov