pickle

[ pik-uhl ]SEE DEFINITION OF pickle

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR PICKLE

Then make the pickle, which must be in proportion to the quantity of fish.

The last of October is a good time for putting meat into pickle.

Boil them all together, so as to make a pickle that will bear up an egg.

East India pickle is very convenient, and will keep two years.

The pickle also must be seasoned with the spices above-mentioned.

Pickle, from her desk, watched the new teacher's every movement.

Put them into a jar one by one, that none of the grit may stick to them; and when cold, cover them with the pickle thus made.

When it has lain in pickle a few days, it would be advantageous to boil and skim the brine, and pour it on again when cold.

Ogden could rent it out but he couldn't sell it; that was the pickle he was in.

Jenny did not know who the woman was—that was as plain as a pickle.

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