There must be some good tax accounts in the nutmeg State, because they found the most deductions per return of any state.
Reduce to a simmer and add the cinnamon stick, allspice and nutmeg.
Moore sees Dodd as a Democratic liability—a veritable David Paterson for the nutmeg State.
At various times the list has included concrete, paper, musical instruments, and nutmeg.
Season with salt, white pepper and nutmeg and cover the pot.
Season with salt, pepper and nutmeg and add a cupful of white sauce.
Of the nutmeg gardens, that of Dr. Oxley's is by far the finest on the island.
Grate it on a nutmeg grater into a tall cylindrical glass full of water.
Let half an ounce of mace and the same of nutmeg stew in it.
Ackawai, Camara, or Camaru nutmeg is the nut of a tree growing in Guiana highly valued as a cure for colic and dysentery.
"hard aromatic seed of the East Indies," c.1300, from Old North French or Anglo-French *noiz mugue, from Old French nois muguete, unexplained alteration of nois muscade "nut smelling like musk," from nois "nut" (from Latin nux) + Latin muscada, fem. of muscat "musky" (see muscat). Probably influenced in English by Medieval Latin nux maga (cf. unaltered Dutch muskaatnoot, German muscatnuß, Swedish muskotnöt).
American English colloquial wooden nutmeg "anything false or fraudulent" is from 1830. Connecticut is called the Nutmeg State "in allusion to the story that wooden nutmegs are there manufactured for exportation." [John Russell Bartlett, "Dictionary of Americanisms," 1859]