Topic Wise Words


animals  body  

Food:: PAGE #4


91. Allspice (wonderpeper) :: A most remarkable little ruddy blossom is that which we find on the sweetscented shrub or Carolina allspice Calycanthus lvigatus from May to August
92. Artichoke (artisjok) :: Cut the artichokes in half and stir them gently into the onions
93. Burnt (verbrand) ::
94. Cassava (maniok) :: Tapioca is a starchlike substance that is extracted from the root of the cassava plant
95. Casserole (kasserol) :: Heat the olive oil in a large lidded frying pan or flameproof casserole and brown the lamb shanks well on all sides
96. Chop (kap) :: I told the technical advisor fivefoot chop does not contribute to quality surf
97. Crisp (helder) :: Here she reached into his purse and shoved three crisp bills into his hand
98. Loin (lende) :: That got the thumbsup as did my loin of venison with endives and beetroot jus
99. Mince (maalvleis) :: Lets face it beef mince especially is the worst quality meat product that is allowed to be sold
100. Oatcake (haver koekje) :: People stuffed on oatcakes and cereal bars and other carbohydraterich wonder foods keep their insulin levels constantly topped up and so they never get a chance to use up their fat
101. Oatmeal (hawermeel) :: He didnt howl in pain only sucked in his breath while his face turned a shade of pasty oatmeal grey
102. Peel (skil) :: Cook some broth peel the potatoes and cut into slices
103. Plate (plaat) :: She said the funeral was due to take place at 1pm next Wednesday at Pocklington Church with a plate collection for Leeds General Infirmary
104. Rhubarb (rabarber) :: The leaves of our giant rhubarb have been shown at school used as fans in hot weather draped over climbing frames and used to camouflage dens
105. Saffron (saffraan) :: To make the dressing whisk the olive oil vinegar mustard saffron raisins and their water with sea salt and pepper in a large bowl
106. Sage (salie) :: There is nothing better than having fresh herbs on hand for cooking and marjoram thyme sage chives rosemary parsley and basil will all thrive on a windowsill
107. Squash (muurbal) :: Moore kept up a vigorous training programme in retirement jogging every day and playing golf tennis and squash regularly
108. Tab (blad) :: Unfortunately its the poor waiter or waitress that is responsible for an unpaid tab they get stuck for the money
109. Table (tafel) :: The first column of the table indicates the signs of the zodiac
110. Unpalatable (onsmaaklik) :: For those who find its bitter taste unpalatable having it with half a spoon of honey should help
111. Waffle (wafel) :: Or maybe that sounds incredibly pretentious and I just waffle
112. Wait (wag) :: wait until your father gets home
113. Waiter (kelner) :: She worked in the kitchen while her children served as waiters and helpers
 

Search History

Any word you search will appear here.

Your Favorite Words

Currently you do not have any favorite word. To make a word favorite you have to click on the heart button.