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  • 141beef — I n. 1) to boil; braise; broil; cook; roast; stew beef 2) chipped; corned; salt (BE) beef 3) (AE) beef Wellington 4) baby; prime beef USAGE NOTE: Corned beef in the US is not the same as corned beef in GB. II v. (D; intr.) ( to complain ) to beef …

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  • 142lambchops — n. 1) to broil (AE), grill lambchops 2) a rack of lambchops * * * grill lambchops a rack of to broil (AE) …

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  • 143meat — n. 1) to broil (AE), grill; cook; cure; fry; roast meat 2) to carve, cut; slice meat 3) dark; fatty; fresh; halal; kosher; lean; raw; tender; tough; white meat 4) chopped (AE), ground (AE), minced (BE); soup meat 5) meat goes bad, spoils * * *… …

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  • 144steak — n. 1) to broil (AE), grill a steak 2) a juicy; tender; tough steak 3) to like one s steak medium; rare; well done 4) a beefsteak; club; cube; flank; minute; Porterhouse; rump; Salisbury; salmon; sirloin; Swiss; T bone steak * * * [steɪk]… …

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  • 145barbecue — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) n. cookout; rotisserie, spit. See food. II (Roget s IV) n. 1. [A grill] Syn. roaster, grill, hibachi, griddle; see appliance , broiler . 2. [A picnic] Syn. cookout, picnic, wiener roast, clambake; see… …

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  • 146sizzle — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) v. crepitate, fizz, crackle, sp[l]utter; scorch, broil, fry, sear; burn, swelter. See heat. II (Roget s IV) n. Syn. hiss, hissing, sputtering; see noise 1 . v. Syn. brown, grill, broil; see cook , fry .… …

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  • 147Discord — I (Roget s Thesaurus) < N PARAG:Discord >N GRP: N 1 Sgm: N 1 discord discord discordance Sgm: N 1 dissonance dissonance cacophony want of harmony caterwauling Sgm: N 1 harshness harshness &c. 410 =>(Confused sounds) …

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  • 148charbroil — char|broil [ˈtʃa:brɔıl US ˈtʃa:r ] v [T] [Date: 1900 2000; Origin: charcoal + broil] AmE to cook food over a very hot charcoal fire >charbroiled adj …

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  • 149brand — [OE] A brand was originally a ‘piece of burning wood’; the word comes from West and North Germanic *brandaz, a derivative of the same base (*bran , *bren ) as produced burn, brandy, and perhaps broil. In the 16th century it came to be applied to… …

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  • 150burn — [OE] English has two separate words burn. The commoner, relating to ‘fire’, is actually a conflation of two Old English verbs: birnan, which was intransitive, and bærnan, which was transitive. Both come ultimately from the Germanic base *bren ,… …

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  • 151broiler — (n.) grill or gridiron used in broiling, late 14c., agent noun from BROIL (Cf. broil) (v.1). From c.1300 as a surname, perhaps meaning cook who specializes in broiling. Meaning chicken for broiling is from 1876 …

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  • 152brulee — from Fr. brûlée burned, from brûler, from O.Fr. brusler (11c.); see BROIL (Cf. broil) (1). Crème brûlée was known in English by various names from early 18c., including a translated burnt cream …

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  • 153embroil — c.1600, throw into disorder, from Fr. embrouillier (cognate with It. imbrogliare), from en in (see EN (Cf. en ) (1)) + brouiller confuse, from O.Fr. brooillier (see BROIL (Cf. broil) (2)). Sense of involve in a quarrel is first attested c.1610.… …

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  • 154imbroglio — (n.) 1750, from It. imbroglio, from imbrogliare confuse, tangle, from assimilated form of in into, in, on, upon (see IN (Cf. in ) (2)) + brogliare embroil, probably from M.Fr. brouiller confuse (see BROIL (Cf. broil) (2); also Cf …

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  • 155brawl — n Brawl, broil, fracas, melee, row, rumpus, scrap are comparable when meaning a noisy fight or quarrel. Brawl implies angry contentions, blows, and a noisy racket; it usually suggests participation by several persons {a family brawl that kept the …

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  • 156clamor — n 1. uproar, din, babel, racket, hue and cry, ballyhoo, hullabaloo; shouting, shout, yell, holler, outcry, vociferation; bray, bellow, blast, clangor, jangle; hissing, catcalls, caterwauling. 2. commotion, Inf. to do, flurry, agitation,… …

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  • 157heat — n 1. hotness, calefaction, warmth, warmness, caloric, caloricity; torridity, torridness, fieriness, red heat; incandescence, white heat; tepidity, tepidness, lukewarmness, lukewarmth. 2. fever, temperature, Inf. temp, Pathol. pyrexia, febricity,… …

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  • 158jangle — v 1. clank, clatter, rattle, jar; clang, clangor, clash, crash, din. 2. wrangle, altercate, quarrel, brawl, broil, feud, be at [s.o. s] throat; bicker, squabble, spat, tiff, have words; conflict, contend, dispute, Rare. discept, disagree; take… …

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  • 159quarrel — n 1. dispute, discord, wrangle, wrangling, bickering, Sl. beef, controversy; contradiction, dissension, variance, difference of opinion; debate, discussion, polemic, logomachy, war of words; contestation, litigation, disputation, argumentation,… …

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  • 160char — brah·ma·char·ya; ca·char; car·char·i·as; car·char·o·don; car·char·o·dont; char·a·banc; char·a·cin·i·dae; char·act; char·ac·ter·ful; char·ac·ter·is·ti·cal·ly; char·ac·ter·is·tic·ness; char·ac·ter·iz·a·ble; char·ac·ter·i·za·tion; char·ac·ter·ize;… …

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