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noun as in gorge

noun as in ravine

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Example Sentences

A couple cloves of garlic thrown into the mix can work wonders.

So next time you have to peel eight cloves of garlic for some homemade marinara, you’ll be grateful to have this little tube.

You just roll the cloves inside, then tip them out all peeled.

Let the garlic cool, then mince the cloves and add them to the mayonnaise mixture.

Slicing or crushing a clove of garlic triggers chemical reactions that cause new sulphurous aroma molecules to form.

A single meal could include clove, cumin, jalapeños, Madeira, sweet potatoes, and whipped heavy cream.

Pour the glaze over the clove-studded ham so all of the scored fat is covered.

Score the now trimmed fat into a diamond pattern with a sharp knife, and stud the points of each diamond with a clove.

The clove-tree is somewhat smaller, and cannot boast of such luxuriant foliage, or such fine large leaves as the nutmeg-tree.

I have sought you despite of danger—for my heart clove to my child, and I would fain hear of her.

A four-wheeler clove its way through the crowd surrounding the gates, and the sentries presented arms to it.

The little steamer clove light green waters that were hardly rippled by the breeze.

By their power they pushed the well aloft, they clove asunder the rock, however strong.


On this page you'll find 224 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to clove, such as: cleavage, crater, crevasse, fissure, gorge, and ravine.

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