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chopped

verb as in cut up with tool

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That means knowing how many ounces of chopped yellow onion to use — and exactly what to do if you don’t have or eat onions.

Dressed with lemon juice, sumac and turmeric, it’s the best chopped salad in town.

It turns out chopped meat served between or inside bread is nearly as ancient as civilization.

Feel free to use any chopped dark, leafy greens in place of the spinach, and if you don’t have or don’t want to use the coconut cream, you can omit it.

Cook pancake in pan, add chopped chocolate toaster pastry, and drizzle with chocolate sauce.

Atop the chili goes a spill of crisp chopped raw onions, and atop the onions you want a sprinkle of celery salt.

The Taliban also circulated letters warning Afghans that if they voted, they could have a finger chopped off or even be killed.

Best-known as a judge on Chopped, chef Amanda Freitag opens her first restaurant—a recast New York icon.

Outside, on a wooden block near the fire, Pasqual chopped onions and garlic.

So Chew-chew chopped the roots with a stone chopper and laid them upon hot stones.

Coal is best, but hickory saplings, chopped about two feet long, make a good steaming heat.

At any rate he left the cabin and went out and chopped wood for an hour, furiously raining chips into the snow.

He drew forth from the package, which proved to be a box filled with chopped ice, a small brick of ice-cream.

Tom took one of the axes and chopped a small hole in the top of the cave, some distance above the door.

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On this page you'll find 23 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to chopped, such as: cleave, cube, divide, mince, slash, and hack.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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