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- n. A Chinese dumpling, often stuffed with varieties of meat or seafood and vegetables.
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- n. a Chinese dumpling filled with spiced minced pork; usually served in soup
- n. a soup with won ton dumplings
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"wonton" (three points); a hit above the waist (including the arms) scores a "morther" (two points); a hit below the waist scores a "ripper" (one point).
Most familiar are those adapted from the culinary sphere, to refer to dishes initially purveyed by Chinese immigrants, mainly from Canton, and hence from Cantonese: chop suey, bok choy, dim sum, wonton.
Muslim leaders have yet to issue a fatwa against those Islamists who kill Christians; desecrate Synagogues; disfigure women and distort their articles of Faith to justify wonton acts of destruction.
Unfortunately to consolidate and perpetuate their power they opened the door of the administration to partisan cronies that would lead to corruption and wonton waste of cricket board finances and resources.
At first I thought it was a fried cheese wonton, but it turned to be a deep-fried fish cake folded over with white cheese and a shiso leaf encrusted with panko Japanese bread crumbs which give it an extra-crispy crunch, utterly delectable.
They only need limited skill to form the shape and the best shortcut of all is using wonton wrappers instead of making the dough.
To form the dumplings, place about 2 teaspoons of filling in each wonton wrapper.
Maybe they'll replace the fabled Dodger Dogs with wonton soup.
These acts of violence, wonton carnage, and mindless destruction of property are all the more disheartening because they were acts inflicted upon the nation by none other than Nigerians.
Spooky got takeaway wonton soup for lunch, from our regular Chinese place.
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