from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- v. Simple past tense and past participle of garnish.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In heraldry:
- Ornamented: said of a bearing.
- Armed: said of a human limb used as a bearing.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
If the debt is large enough, say a couple of thousand dollars, you can also be sued and your wages can be what they call garnished, which means taken away.
No windows worthy of the name garnished the dead white walls of these houses, whose light sprang in reality from within, each house being in the form of a square of building surrounding
No, dues aren't "garnished" in any state. by Achance
Stuffed fish, crab, shrimp, chicken, beef wellington anything ... frozen and micro-d then "garnished".
Given the consequences of defaulting on a student loan -- trashed credit, garnished wages/tax refunds/Social Security, inability to obtain a security clearance, and the fact that student loans can almost never be discharged in bankruptcy -- most people will, quite rationally, do just about anything to avoid defaulting on a student loans.
She's now on welfare, he says, and, as a consequence, half his wages are garnished.
Welcome to my regular update of my food for thought session where I prepare and share a meal with the great and the good in political circles garnished with some thought provoking topical discussion.
'Dripping di pesce', fish garnished using the Jackson Pollock-inspired dripping technique at L'Albereta restaurant.
The Gulf of Mexico is fast becoming a deadly petroleum gumbo garnished with oil coated pelicans, life in the sea is massing and trying to unsuccessfully to escape the pollution, and there may really be nothing on a practical level that can be done to staunch the hemorrhage of Pachamama's vital fluids.
Season to taste with salt and fresh cracked black pepper, then serve, garnished with an ice cube, pinches of the minced peppers and eggs, and a few croutons.