Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • n. Variant of ceviche.

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  • n. Alternative spelling of ceviche.

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Examples

  • Not long after eating marinated raw fish called seviche, Espinosa doubled over with the intense nausea and diarrhea that are the telltale symptoms of the disease.

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  • I don't read Gourmet or Saveur, for example, because I know I won't make anything containing the word "seviche" or any ingredients I cannot find at my local supermarket.

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  • We split a beer and their famous ceviche also spelled cebiche or even seviche since we knew we had more than one lunch that day.

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  • The pisco sours were flowing, the crowds were grazing on seviche and a Peruvian band was playing.

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  • At least half a chicken lay on the plate, half hidden under some pasta salad, shrimp seviche, and the remains of a steak.

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  • For my leavingtaking from Egypt I fed the future Middle East correspondent for the Economist shrimp seviche, risotto and chicken saute even though we had no refrigerator or proper stove.

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  • My friend Ilene served me some seviche for supper one night, and it just hit the spot.

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  • In order to make a traditional seviche, where the fish is raw, and is cooked only by the acidity of the citrus in which it marinates, you've got to use absolutely fresh, first quality fish and shellfish, from a trusted supplier, to be confident that you won't poison yourself.

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  • These steps were undermined, however, when President Alberto Fujimori went on television to eat seviche as a misguided plug for the devastated Peruvian fishing industry.

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  • In Peru, the Health Ministry warned of the dangers of eating seviche, a popular snack sold by sidewalk vendors.

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