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- v. Present participle of pepper.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Hot; pungent; peppery.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Hot; pungent; angry.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
King; but the star belonged as much to Germany and France as to England, and astronomers abroad scouted the idea of peppering the heavens with the names of nobodies.
Rising before the sun, Sibley could hear endless deep, croaking calls peppering the darkness, and when dawn finally broke, it revealed more than
He's referred to as Darth Cheney because in his perverted version of America, capitalism is when no-bid contracts are awarded to the company you used to run, lying under oath about WMDs is acceptable, attempting to claim the BP's office is not really under either the executive or legislative branches, and shooting your friend in the face is referred to as "peppering".
**By the way, the pasta is quite lemony and has some heat from the generous 'peppering' so try to restrain from adding lemon juice and pepper.
According to the report, it didn't take long for the local politicians to start "peppering" the presenters with questions.
Apparently, Dick's lawyer friend had a mild heart attack after a pellet from the "peppering" lodged in his heart.
Now, putting aside the fact that "peppering" is something we should be doing to steaks, the story has since been modified to say 30 yards.
The wounds are far more serious than "peppering" with bird shot.
Elephant all right, just as he had so wildly declared when he heard all that threatening talk about guns and "peppering" and such dire things.
In central and southern Germany the custom is called "peppering"