Knead (verb)

  1. To work and press dough with the hands, typically in order to make bread.
  2. To work and press something, typically a soft substance, with the hands, in order to shape or mix it.

Origin:

Middle english kneden, from old english cnedan, from cnēowan to knead; akin to old high german kniohan to press, old english cnāwan to press together.

Examples:

  1. She kneaded the dough for the bread.
  2. He kneaded the clay to make a pot.
  3. The baker kneaded the dough for several minutes before shaping it into loaves.
  4. She kneaded the dough for the pizza with her hands.
  5. He kneaded the dough for the cookies and then let it rest for an hour.
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