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em- +‎ butter +‎ -ed


embuttered (not comparable)

  1. (rare) Covered with butter.
    • 1962, Earl Conrad, Crane Eden[1], New York: Pyramid, Part One, p. 57:
      [] he turned gustily to the savor-drenched meats, the embuttered fish, the specially fragranced jellies and relishes, and to the spicy pimento wine.
    • 1985, Anthony Burgess, chapter 2, in The Kingdom of the Wicked[2], New York: Arbor House, pages 157–158:
      Hot butter squirted, by a quaint device, out of the bloodcoloured pudding. Gaius Caligula laughed to see the exquisite Lollia Paulina’s exquisite face embuttered.