American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. A mild, close-textured, pale yellow cheese made from whole or partially skimmed milk.
- n. A city in the Netherlands.
- n. A type of cheese.
- n. mild cream-colored Dutch cheese shaped in balls
- After Gouda, a city in the western Netherlands. (American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)
“I like simple and easy as well as the idea of Gouda cheese!”
“He knew more, about Danish cheese called Gouda, about Saab cars you could win as prizes that go with magazine subscriptions, about Hans Brinker sticking his finger in the dike.”
“For example, she has worked with dogs called Gouda, Feta, Munster and Stinky; Bart, Homer, Marge and Lisa; and Pork, Bacon and Sausage.”
“The Gouda is a labor intensive cheese as the curd needs to be washed several times for 20 minutes.”
“In the city of Gouda, which is already known for the attacks of muslim youth on bus drivers, ambulance helpers, fire workers and police officers, now 2 Moroccans are arrested because of stoning Dutch girls.”
“Cheesemakers will often strive to imitate a well-known European cheese such as Gouda or Gheddar, but local conditions and national preferences will soon exert their influences and new types of cheese will emerge to suit local preferences.”
“ The farmers in Manjarabad invariably tack on the word "Gouda" to their names, and it seems to answer for our Mr.  The natives imagine that every man's fate is written in invisible characters on his forehead.”
“They make sure the animals are as comfortable as possible, and employ a dedicated farm staff to treat their "Gouda" cows with respect and TLC.”
“He noted promising markets for specific products, such as Gouda cheese in Mexico.”
“We went into a Gouda cheese store - "Gouda" is actually prounced something more like "how-da" with a hebrew sounding guttaral hock at the beginning.”
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