Our news cocktail of the week, "The Accidental Senator" spices things up with a sudden entrance.
King's Landing was rich, exotic, Mediterranean, lots of color, fruits, and spices.
In some ways, it spices up a sex life without the added guilt of cheating.
To date he has returned from his travels with more than 120 spices.
There I try several vintages of the amber-gold wine that tastes of honey, spices, and burned caramel.
Alternately with the flour and spices, add the vanilla and fruit.
The spices had congealed and glued it to the sack-like shroud.
The first is a symbol of the salt of the sea, and the second of the spices which the earth gives.
Melt the butter and stir into the molasses, add the spices, then the water.
And so are herewith the spices of Iu- stice declared theyr offices / which was the fourth & last place.
early 13c., from Old French espice, from Late Latin species (plural) "spices, goods, wares," from Latin "kind, sort" (see species). Early druggists recognized four "types" of spices: saffron, clove, cinnamon, nutmeg. Figurative sense of "slight touch or trace of something" is recorded from 1530s. Spice-cake first attested 1520s.
"to season with spices," early 14c. (implied in spiced), from spice (n.).
aromatic substances, of which several are named in Ex. 30. They were used in the sacred anointing oil (Ex. 25:6; 35:8; 1 Chr. 9:29), and in embalming the dead (2 Chr. 16:14; Luke 23:56; 24:1; John 19:39, 40). Spices were stored by Hezekiah in his treasure-house (2 Kings 20:13; Isa. 39:2).