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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of kipper.

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Examples

  • This kind of smoked fish—also sometimes called kippered salmon—can have a glossy, slightly sweet and chewy crust that gives way to succulent flesh beneath.

    Holy Smokeds

  • This kind of smoked fish—also sometimes called kippered salmon—can have a glossy, slightly sweet and chewy crust that gives way to succulent flesh beneath.

    Holy Smokeds

  • Mechanical smoking kilns are used extensively in Europe and North America where the production of products such as kippered herring and buckling requires a high degree of control.

    Chapter 6

  • Bring some kippered herring with some saltine crackers ... and oh man, I have a meal!

    What's your favorite beverage while fishing?

  • Bring some kippered herring with some saltine crackers ... and oh man, I have a meal!

    What's your favorite beverage while fishing?

  • You can build a great big fire in the middle of the hall, without being kippered to death by the smoke – that's one of the reasons great halls were so tall – to keep smoke out of your eyes.

    Life in a Saxon hall

  • And the pungent scent now wafting up the stairwell strongly intimated that breakfast was to be herring, kippered.

    Sick Cycle Carousel

  • Once a fortnight they wrap the kippered results in newspaper and exchange them for bread, tea and salt in the town nine miles away.

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  • Equally, while acknowledging the obvious truth that we would have been kippered but for the Americans in WW2, never forget that the destruction of the British Empire was one of Roosevelt's war aims.

    John Terry’s sacking as England captain tells us something interesting...

  • Equally, while acknowledging the obvious truth that we would have been kippered but for the Americans in WW2, never forget that the destruction of the British Empire was one of Roosevelt's war aims.

    John Terry’s sacking as England captain tells us something interesting...

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