fried[ frahyd ]SEE DEFINITION OF fried
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FRIED
I take it fried, about an inch thick, with plenty of ham fat.
The meat is fried, with only the exception of when accompanied by "turnip greens."
Flounders or other small fish may be fried in the same manner.
Small cakes of this meat should then be fried, and laid round it.
Cold potatoes may be fried in slices or quarters, or broiled on a gridiron.
Or it may be first boiled, then grated, and made into cakes to be fried in butter.
Cold mush that has been left, may be cut into slices and fried in butter.
Well, I guess we can put up with some fried pork an' apples.
Put the tongue on a dish and garnish it with slices of fried cucumber.
The cucumber should be boiled for five minutes before it is fried.
mid-14c., past participle adjective from fry (v.).
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