Definitions

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  • adjective cooked by direct exposure to radiant heat.

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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of broil.

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  • adjective cooked by radiant heat (as over a grill)

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Examples

  • I am quite happy to have fried fish and chips out, or to take it home ready made, but there's nothing I'd like better than a plain broiled skate wing with butter and capers.

    Toast:

  • I am quite happy to have fried fish and chips out, or to take it home ready made, but there's nothing I'd like better than a plain broiled skate wing with butter and capers.

    Chermoula-A Fish Story

  • The foreigner, who was supping on a Crail-capon (in other words a broiled haddock) and stoup of Bourdeaux wine, arose at their entrance, and bowed with, an air that was undisguisedly continental.

    The International Monthly Magazine, Volume 5, No. 1, January, 1852

  • The deal was to be part-paid in Thai broiled chicken, but the meat is said to have never reached Austria; the vehicles were allegedly made in Thailand and not Austria as agreed, according to details of the case on the Thai parliamentary website.

    Channel NewsAsia Front Page News

  • He recalled a broiled sea bass looking up at him with mournful eyes.

    The Impossibles

  • He recalled a broiled sea bass looking up at him with mournful eyes.

    Out Like a Light

  • Menus hardly ever show "broiled" anything in the UK.

    languagehat.com: BROIL/GRILL.

  • And from the reckless way they were tacklin 'big platters of expensive food, such as broiled live lobster and planked steaks, I judged they'd been mustered out more or less recent.

    Torchy and Vee

  • She likes to flip through cooking magazines and recipe books, looking at glossy pictures of cupcakes or strange Japanese dishes, such as broiled salamander on a stick.

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  • She likes to flip through cooking magazines and recipe books, looking at glossy pictures of cupcakes or strange Japanese dishes, such as broiled salamander on a stick.

    Spokesman.com: Latest stories

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