Pan In A Sentence

Short & Simple Example Sentence For Pan | Pan Sentence

  • He snatched the pan from the fire.
  • Wallie dropped the pan he was turning in the oven.
  • The boys brought out a pan of water.
  • To come and do the work for a pan of cold water!
  • Put the onions in a pan in the oven and bake 4 hours.
  • Turn into a baking dish and stand in a pan of hot water.
  • I reckon you could pan fifty pans a day.
  • Mix well, put into an omelet pan with 2 ozs.
  • Into a frying pan put 3 slices of fat bacon and fry.
  • Beat very hard, pour into a deep pan and bake in a quick oven.
  • There! there wasn't so much as a pan as she didn't look into.
  • Put 3 tablespoonfuls of butter into a frying pan and when hot, put in 2 lbs.
  • This action has brought the Pan American ideal to the point of realization.
  • The man in charge of the burning boat, Frank saw, had a pan with a handle.
  • Wendy is sewing for Peter and Peter Pan is playing his pipes while she works.
  • Do you remember--in the Pan Handle?

How To Use Pan In A Sentence?

  • When half done, set the pan in the oven for a few minutes to set the middle of the omelet.
  • He dodged, seized a frying pan from the gas stove, and brandished it vigorously.
  • The grease in the pan snapped, and little burnt bits of corn-meal flew in all directions.
  • Peter Pan was before them, and he closed the window so that they could not get back.
  • Bake in a pan of hot water, or cook on the top of the stove, until the egg is lightly set.
  • Suddenly he stood up, swore softly, and flung the half-washed dirt of the last pan on the rocks.
  • Spread evenly in the pan and let cook until "set" on the bottom, then put into the oven.
  • Boise Bill lifted his huge foot and kicked over first the pan of ham and then the gravy.
  • The fundamental principle of Pan Americanism he believes to be the doctrine of equality.
  • There was a sweet smell of lavender in the sheets which a hot warming pan had also made comfortable.
  • Pour into a broad dish or agate-iron pan and set in a cold place until perfectly chilled and stiff.
  • Pour this carefully over the crumbs and stand the cups in a pan of boiling water and bake in a moderate oven 15 minutes.
  • The Pan American ideal is an old one, dating back, in fact, to the Panama Congress of 1826.
  • Fry the bacon in a separate pan until brown, remove from the pan and put it in the oven for a few minutes to crisp it.
  • He was whistling softly as he put the iron pan over the coals, and dropped into it a half-dozen slices of the bacon.
  • Baked or boiled, they have few superiors, and as a pan fish, are excelled only by the brook-trout of the streams.
  • Your back'll be so blame stiff in about three days that you'll wish you never seen a pan or a shovel.
  • Turn into a shallow, oblong pan and over the top press lightly into the mixture a close layer of partly cooked prunes.
  • They have few equals, cooked in that way, but as a pan fish, they are not to be compared with the genuine brook trout.
  • She whisked round again so rapidly that she overturned a pan of cream; her cheeks were flaming, her eyes flashing with anger.
  • For a moment it seemed to die down, then suddenly the big black pan seemed held aloft by a solid cone of yellow flame.
  • Put into a frying pan 1 chopped onion and 2 slices of bacon cut into small pieces, fry until a light brown.
  • Butter small moulds and pour in the mixture, stand the moulds in a pan with about 2 inches of water, steam 20 minutes.
  • Stella slipped a pan of biscuits in the oven; she laid the table briskly, with a merry clatter of tinware; her face was cheerful and unclouded.

Definition of Pan

(informal) Pansexual. | To join or fit together; to unite. | A part; a portion.
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