adjective see rind

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • rinded — |rīndə̇d adjective Etymology: rind (I) + ed : having a rind usually used in combination smooth rinded green rinded …   Useful english dictionary

  • rinded — adjective /ˈraɪndəd/ having a rind (hard, tough outer layer) All the indications are there that the early dairy farmers did make rinded cheese …   Wiktionary

  • rinded — rind ► NOUN 1) a tough outer layer or covering, especially of fruit, cheese, or bacon. 2) the bark of a tree. DERIVATIVES rinded adjective rindless adjective. ORIGIN Old English …   English terms dictionary

  • rinded — ridden …   Anagrams dictionary

  • rinded — rind·ed …   English syllables

  • ridden — rinded …   Anagrams dictionary

  • gourd — noun Etymology: Middle English gourde, from Anglo French gurde, gourde, from Latin cucurbita Date: 14th century 1. any of a family (Cucurbitaceae, the gourd family) of chiefly herbaceous tendril bearing vines including the cucumber, melon, squash …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • Kaffir lime — noun Date: 1978 a citrus tree (Citrus hystrix) of southeastern Asia having aromatic leaves and roundish thick rinded green fruits used especially in Thai cooking; also its leaves or fruit …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • pomelo — noun (plural los) Etymology: probably alteration of earlier pompelmous, from Dutch pompelmoes Date: 1858 1. grapefruit 2. (or pummelo) a. a very large thick rinded usually pear shaped citrus fruit differing from the closely related grapefruit… …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • rind — noun Etymology: Middle English, from Old English; akin to Old High German rinda bark, and probably to Old English rendan to rend Date: before 12th century 1. the bark of a tree 2. a usually hard or tough outer layer ; peel, crust < grated lemon… …   New Collegiate Dictionary

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