from The Century Dictionary.

  • Served in or with gravy.

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.

  • adjective Of food cooked, dressed or served in gravy.


Sorry, no etymologies found.


  • From chili fries to katsu, saimin to gravied loco-moco.

    Archive 2005-10-01

  • From chili fries to katsu, saimin to gravied loco-moco.

    Aloha Aloha! Day Five

  • The serving dishes, after being refilled by the lancer servers, make their way down to Lorn, who takes additional slices of beef and a pile of the gravied noodles.

    The Magi'i Of Cyador

  • Once, if she'd eaten four huge slabs of gravied beef, an enormous potato, and half a loaf of bread, she would have gained who knew how many pounds.

    Darksong Rising

  • It was his personal domain, and he stood there watching the two boys bolt the gravied meat scraps he had produced.

    The Gunslinger

  • For long periods of the day her talk became rambling and confused, but at other times she insisted on cooking him huge heavy meals, shepherd's pies, rhubarb crumble with thick custard, thick -- gravied hotpots, all manner of weighty soups.

    The Satanic Verses

  • To this should be added a small iron frying-pan for gravied meats.

    The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 17, No. 102, April, 1866

  • And thus the evening breeze, come hither through the reeds and cypress from over the purpling Havel hills beyond, takes on an added perfume, an added bouquet, as it transports itself to the sniffer over to the hurrying _krebs-suppen_ and thick brown-gravied platters and dewy seidels.

    Europe After 8:15

  • Instantly a dozen knowing eyes were fixed on it, and a buzz of voices was heard; and soon Gerard saw the prior point more than once, and the monk came back, looking as proud as Punch, with a savoury crustade ryal, or game pie gravied and spiced, for Gerard, and a silver grace cup full of rich pimentum.

    The Cloister and the Hearth

  • A fresh, golden buttery pastry aroma, with a gurgling undercurrent of thickly gravied meat, laced with sharp ketchup.

    The News Tribune Blogs


Log in or sign up to get involved in the conversation. It's quick and easy.