American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- adj. Preserved in or treated with pickle.
- adj. Slang Intoxicated; drunk.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
GNU Webster's 1913
- adj. Preserved in a pickle.
- adj. (used of foods) preserved in a pickling liquid
“Because it's cured and stored in its own salty whey brine, feta is often referred to as pickled cheese .”
“Perhaps the slightly acidic flavor of the tomatillos recalls the pickled vegetable condiments of Lebanon, but in any case it is a decidedly Mexican addition to the serving of kibbeh.”
“These are my version of that classic Southern concoction known as pickled peaches.”
“Trinculo says he has been so pickled, that is drunk, that the flies will not blow him.”
“The palpi move, the mandibles open and shut, the tarsi quiver, the antennae and the abdominal filaments wave to and fro, the abdomen throbs, the intestine rejects its contents, the animal reacts to the stimulus of a needle, all of which signs are hardly compatible with the idea of pickled meat.”
“As an Austinite, I prefer mine with nopalitos, aka pickled cactus.”
“We will have change: The spill will reduce the number of next years Springbreaker's getting "pickled" to about this much!”
“Usually fish, rice, a vegetable, and some kind of pickled something-or-other that is crunchy and sour.”
“Among other things, it allows small vendors to sell high-acid canned foods, such as pickled fruits, salsas and sauerkraut, without a license.”
“It does not apply to low-acid canned goods, such as pickled eggs, which typically carry a higher risk of contamination.”
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My P Words
Words from 2009 'Mary and Max' film.
Euphemisms for drunkenness dating back to the 18th century.
I first heard this sung by Bob Hallett of Great Big Sea, though I know several other artists recorded it first.
Did you ever have colcannon made with lovely pickled cream
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