chocolate[ chaw-kuh-lit, chok-uh-, chawk-lit, chok- ]SEE DEFINITION OF chocolate
Synonyms for chocolate
- burnt sienna
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CHOCOLATE
The third chocolate attendant, in reply, merely lifted his shoulders.
If you find the chocolate cream too thin, add more maccaroons.
She sighed, tucked a chocolate into her cheek, and went scowling to the table.
She picked up a packet of the chocolate and looked at the name of the maker.
On a table near my bed was a small tray on which were a cup of chocolate and a cake.
Cut a cake of chocolate into very small pieces, and put a pint of water into the pot; when it boils, put in the chocolate.
All that remains is for Thompson to approach the sergeants with chocolate.
Chocolate is a dear child, very good-tempered and easy to manage.
He sack back into his chair and thoughtfully stirred his chocolate.
The bacon and the bread had long since been consumed, and the chocolate also.
c.1600, from Nahuatl xocolatl, possibly from xocolia "to make bitter" + atl "water." Brought to Spain by 1520, from thence to the rest of Europe. Originally a drink; as a paste or cake made of ground, roasted, sweetened cacao seeds, 1640s.
As a color from 1776. Chocolate chip is from 1940; chocolatier is attested from 1888.