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  • noun Plural form of gourd.

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Examples

  • Find a small gourd (wild gourds or ‘tree gourds’ may work).

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  • Like us, they carried water in gourds from the river.

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  • Like us, they carried water in gourds from the river.

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  • In New Guinea, by contrast, the wearing of Kotekas, or penis sheaths made from specially-grown gourds, is still {according to Wikipedia} going strong.

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  • In New Guinea, by contrast, the wearing of Kotekas, or penis sheaths made from specially-grown gourds, is still {according to Wikipedia} going strong.

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  • Without a moment's delay, some of them cut great palm-branches to interpose between the burning house and the overhanging eaves of our dwelling; others tore apart the framework, scattered the bundles of plants, and beat the flames with green branches; while the Tenimber natives poured on water, which they carried in gourds and bamboos from the sea close by.

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  • But you’re thought about penis gourds is an interesting case in point.

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  • In the deep fried method, the main veggies used are cabbage and carrots, which are relatively dry compared to gourds, which is why I used a portion of watery gourd to give the volume and lightness while steaming, going by the logic that using very dry vegetables in the balls would lead to tough bouncy balls after steaming.

    Steamed vegetable manchurian in gravy

  • In the deep fried method, the main veggies used are cabbage and carrots, which are relatively dry compared to gourds, which is why I used a portion of watery gourd to give the volume and lightness while steaming, going by the logic that using very dry vegetables in the balls would lead to tough bouncy balls after steaming.

    Archive 2007-11-01

  • They are called gourds and they're used to drink mate (pronounced mah-tay) which tastes a little like very strong and bitter green tea.

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