pickled

[ pik-uh ld ]SEE DEFINITION OF pickled

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR PICKLED

Thicken it with the pickled nasturtians and send it to table in a boat.

Then why does your face look like a huge piece of pickled beef?

He discovered her quaintly with a jar of pickled frogs in her hand.

Fill a stewpan with large flap mushrooms, that are not worm-eaten, and the skins and fringe of such as have been pickled.

If this water was salt we'd be as snug as a couple of pickled mackerel.

Her skin was like a pickled apple's; her expression sour, her voice sharp.

In the center of this sandwich put the soft parts of six pickled oysters.

If you must have it, let it be like the pickled herrings and the paving-stones—so much of pure loss.'

The salt of the sea had not only pickled them, but had penetrated into their very bones.

Pickled the tongues an' sold 'em for three cents apiece, by gum.

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