noun see barbecue I

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • barbecuer — noun Agent noun of barbecue; one who barbecues. We were playing cards one day and I said, Weve been barbecuing all our lives and Im the best barbecuer in the state of Georgia …   Wiktionary

  • barbecuer — n. person who barbecues …   English contemporary dictionary

  • barbecuer — bar·be·cu·er …   English syllables

  • barbecuer — üə(r) noun ( s) : one that barbecues …   Useful english dictionary

  • barbecue — barbecuer, n. /bahr bi kyooh /, n., v., barbecued, barbecuing. n. 1. pieces of beef, fowl, fish, or the like, roasted over an open hearth, esp. when basted in a barbecue sauce. 2. a framework, as a grill or a spit, or a fireplace for cooking meat …   Universalium

  • barbecue — I. transitive verb ( cued; cuing) Etymology: 2barbecue Date: 1690 1. to roast or broil on a rack or revolving spit over or before a source of heat (as hot coals) 2. to cook in a highly seasoned vinegar sauce • barbecuer noun II …   New Collegiate Dictionary

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  • buccaneer — buccaneerish, adj. /buk euh near /, n. 1. any of the piratical adventurers who raided Spanish colonies and ships along the American coast in the second half of the 17th century. 2. any pirate. [1655 65; < F boucanier, lit., barbecuer, equiv. to… …   Universalium

  • BBQer — noun barbecuer Charlie and Arthur had learned the trade from the master BBQer Henry Perry who worked out of an old trolley barn at 19th and Highland around 1907 …   Wiktionary

  • buccaneer — buc•ca•neer [[t]ˌbʌk əˈnɪər[/t]] n. a pirate, esp. one who raided Spanish colonies and ships along the American coast in the second half of the 17th century • Etymology: 1655–65; < F boucanier, lit., barbecuer …   From formal English to slang

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