caviar

[ kav-ee-ahr, kav-ee-ahr ]SEE DEFINITION OF caviar

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They're just bein' served with Oolong and caviar sandwiches.

It would begin to look like a quick change from Caviar to Crackers.

I like your yacht better, and your chef and your alligator pears, and caviar.

On the caviar from this fish the youth lived thirty years, in the belly of that fish.

Like caviar, the genre is digestible only by those who have acquired a taste for it.

Mingle cream with the caviar, and none who eats will have cause to complain.

What of the almond—the almond mingled with caviar and cayenne?

This garden restaurant was also famous for its neat's tongues, salmon, and caviar.

Place a slice of tomato on top and over this strips of caviar.

She picked at her caviar and blini glumly and poked at her computer.

WORD ORIGIN

also caviare, 1550s, from French caviar (16c.), from Italian caviaro (modern caviale) or Turkish khaviar, from Persian khaviyar, from khaya "egg" (from Middle Persian khayak "egg," from Old Iranian *qvyaka-, diminutive of *avya-, from PIE *owyo-/*oyyo- "egg" see egg (n.)) + dar "bearing."

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