from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- v. Simple past tense and past participle of shred.
- adj. cut or torn into narrow pieces
- adj. : Having extreme muscular definition in which the thickness of the fat over the muscles is reduced to millimeters.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Torn or cut into shreds or strips, as fodder or grain.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. prepared by cutting
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Add in shredded coconut (run a knife through it to chop it finely, especially if the strands are big) during the last few minutes of churning.
I topped my (crater-filled) cupcakes with the marshmallow frosting, and then rolled them in shredded coconut.
Place blended dip into skillet, turn on low heat and slowly fold in shredded cheese.
This is a shoe filled with cocktail sauce and covered in shredded baseball cards.
• Produces 40,000 pounds a day in shredded documents.
Even if the plane had 'shredded' -- as some have claimed -- '80 tons of plane is still 80 tons of debris'.
It is known as shredded maize, and from it a most excellent porridge can be made in ten minutes.
The recalled shredded romaine lettuce had "best if used by" dates of May 12 or earlier.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency agrees and calls shredded tires "a viable alternative to fossil fuels" on its Web site.
We were permitted to shorten our lives; the army's only restriction being that we "field-dressed" the butts, which is to say shredded them.