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- n. Plural form of preserve.
- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of preserve.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. fruit preserved by cooking with sugar
Sorry, no etymologies found.
This title preserves the ancient tradition, and there is no reason to doubt that the tradition embodies the truth.
This term preserves the memory of Mabel, the Swimming Wonder Monkey, star of a biological research program at the University of Toronto.
Today, I obtained some huckleberry preserves from the farmers market and LOVED IT with huckleberry preserves ...
But the cream pie for with porphyrin's homemade gooseberry preserves is in the fridge, and there has been substantial progress on other fronts.
To reach the Old Port, I could also have taken Rue St. Ferréol, an upscale lane running perpendicular to La Canebière that is just as lively but sports the immaculate, AC-cooled, glassed-in preserves of Le Jasmin watch sellers with their outdoor Rolex clock, Galeries Lafayette, Yves Rocher, and BNP Paribas.
Fruit is often used in preserves and desserts, including pears cooked in cinnamon and sugar syrup, walnut brittle, cakes topped with marmalade, and pitaya (cactus fruit) gelatin.
Brillat-Savarin preserves the memory of the ancient regime sufficiently to enact some version of its manners.
One of the best of Durango's regional specialties that fall into the category of preserves is ate (pronounced AH-tay), which is usually translated as "fruit paste" but is more like a hard jelly or a soft gumdrop.
It is well to label preserves, too; so labels should be kept on hand for this purpose.
He gave orders for them all to rest every hour, and offered his uncle rolls, ham, honey and preserves from the cats 'supplies.
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