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- adj. Of food, that has been prepared by cooking.
- adj. Corrupted by conversion through a text format, requiring uncooking to be properly listenable.
- adj. (of accounting records, intelligence) partially or wholly fabricated, falsified
- v. Simple past tense and past participle of cook.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. having been prepared for eating by the application of heat
Sorry, no etymologies found.
I attributed the death of my charges solely to improper feeding, and have since been successful in rearing others by feeding them at first on bread and milk, biscuits and gravy, scraps of cooked vegetables, and when meat has been given, I have taken care to see that it has been _cooked_.
Imagine these two arguing over a phrase cooked up by an overpaid public relations consulting firm that could be working for either one of them.
From the raw to the cooked is the path civilization is supposed to have taken, and Norbert
I saw what I called cooked stories -- plain and simply, military operations that were well planned and well executed and were real success stories but made very dull reading, and so you throw in a few civilian atrocities, you throw in a few short rounds or something like that and all of a sudden it becomes a sexy story that sells.
The rich flavour of the Kahlua and espresso is more than prominent too - both elements are featured in "cooked" and "raw" states between the filling and frosting!
Not stirring the dumplings until after they've cooked is * such* an important thing to remember, especially with traditional versions.
The group's annual compilations garner the best that has been thought and cooked from the Test Kitchen's many venues over the past year.
Brown food tastes better; we see the color in cooked foods and subconsciously are drawn to it.
I have herd that the inside layer of the inner bark of a tree can be eaten raw or cooked, is this true (no particular tree was mentioned)
Stir in cooked rice and raisins (and lemon zest, if using).
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