from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n.pl. Eggs with the yolks and whites beaten together and cooked to a firm but soft consistency.
- n.pl. Slang The gold braid worn on the bill of the cap of a field-grade officer in the armed services.
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- n. A dish made by beating and frying eggs, sometimes mixed with milk.
- n. Plural form of scrambled egg.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- Eggs of which the whites and yolks are stirred together while cooking, or eggs beaten slightly, often with a little milk, and stirred while cooking.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. eggs beaten and cooked to a soft firm consistency while stirring
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I'm gonna flip those flapjacks in the pan smother 'em with syrup cover 'em with spam put tobasco on your scrambled eggs jelly on your toast get ready for the kind of meal you love the most
Having finished our scrambled eggs and fried slices of sheep cheese, we set out again for Bratoshi in Kastrati Sypermi (Upper Kastrati) and soon entered Kastrati land.
Not much for eating filet mignon and scrambled eggs in the middle of the night, he only had coffee, black and unsugared, like he learned to drink it back in the navy.
Pittsburg, dined every night in his bedroom on grape-nuts, scrambled eggs and cocoa.
Uncoupled from a world that provides two scrambled eggs on a roll for $3, I now know the true price of an egg for breakfast—one without the roll, or so I think.
My favorite scrambled eggs are organic and whisked together with tarragon and a little onion-flavored Real Salt and pepper, poured into a layer of melted organic butter, and scrambled quickly over medium-low heat.
Zedd grinned as he relieved her of the plate mounded high with scrambled eggs and ham.
I flipped those flapjacks in the pan smothered 'em with syrup covered 'em with spam put tobasco on your scrambled eggs jelly on your toast
We can let Charlotte and Lois and Elvira loose in the kitchen, and they can conjure up some scrambled eggs and toast for everyone, she said, inwardly wincing at even uttering the word conjure.
Her de luxe buffet breakfast of British sausages, best back bacon and scrambled eggs had attracted few takers among our lads, who sat about in groups, bug-eyed and despondent.