from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. Having spice added, spicy.
- v. Simple past tense and past participle of spice.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Impregnated with an aromatic odor; spicy to the smell; spice-laden.
- Particular as to detail; over-nice in matters of conscience or the like; scrupulous; squeamish.
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I Googled "fall drink recipes" and was delivered enough pumpkin spiced martini recipes one could possibly ever make.
Cochinita pibil -- pork loin spiced with achiote and wrapped and cooked in banana leaves then eaten as a taco topped with chopped red onions mixed with chile habanero!!
Fall usually means it’s time for pumpkin spiced baked goods to make an appearance.
If you wish, you may follow that with a fish-head (carp) stew in spiced chili broth that’s hot enough to ease your eyes from their sockets.
As many of you are probably aware, dal is the word for legumes in India, frequently served as a kind of spiced soup, and naan is a type of flatbread in India, one that has been quite popularized by Indian restaurants in America.
Marziya has been my coming of age..close to my shop there is a Muslim pani puriwala, I happened to give her a taste of the pani puri, and I take the masala water spiced which is poured into the puri, now as we pass Mohomed Bhai the panipuriwala Marziya will put her finger in her mouth indicating she wants it..
You took Joe Biden there and kind of spiced up his speech a little bit.
It is also a function of the pleasant drinkability of the rum, which isn't so much "spiced" as vanilla-sweetened.
For dinner, try Saul, a Michelin-starred restaurant on Smith Street that offers seasonal dishes such as spiced crusted loin of venison with ginger pear chutney and desserts like spiced pumpkin soufflé.
The Friday night that Mike disappeared he was drinking some kind of spiced rum and I was either at a baseball or softball game (I played for the company's softball team and the base's baseball team at different times).