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- n. sweetness
- n. seaweed, kelp
- v. To make sweet; to soothe.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- transitive v. To make sweet; to soothe.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Sweet; pleasant; soothing.
- n. Sweet wine; must. See the extract.
- To make sweet; render pleasant; soothe.
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Some may contend that Moon Pies are important as well but in my experience, most Mexican pan dulce is a variation of the dreaded Moon Pie so subtitute, pea brains, and drink horchata and eat the dreadful atole until you can no longer even look at a bowl of that inedible and disgusting porridge even a swine would pass up if given the choice.
You bring your TUPPER and buy a couple of liters of pozole, a dozen tamales, or a liter of atole to take home to drink with fresh pan dulce from the bakery.
Of course, there is something known as dulce de leche common in much of Latin America -- but it isn't a cocktail.
Apparently Vendler fears that the aesthetic delight of literary texts (what Horace called dulce and what Matthew Arnold, echoing Swift, interpreted as "sweetness") has been hideously endangered by critics who seek to illuminate the moral or sociocultural significance of such texts (what Horace called utile and what Swift, then Arnold, interpreted as "light").
Of course, there is something known as dulce de leche
One of your colleagues here at CNN, Candy Crowley, was Senora Dulce, which "dulce" meaning sweet or candy in Spanish.
FOOD AND FODDER: Names like "dulce" (sweet) and "Manila tamarind" reflect the wide use of the pods as food.
Names like "dulce" (sweet) and "Manila tamarind" reflect the wide use of the pods as food.
The generic name refers to the curly pod, that mimics an ape's earring (pithekos ellobium), and the species name "dulce" refers to the sweet pod.
They were strictly Mexican, from the unpalatable soup (Mexicans do not understand how to make good soup) to the "dulce" served at the close of the meal.
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