noun, verb (used with or without object), bar·be·qued, bar·be·qu·ing.
Definition for barbeque (2 of 2)
or bar·be·que, bar-b-que
verb (used with object), bar·be·cued, bar·be·cu·ing.
verb (used without object), bar·be·cued, bar·be·cu·ing.
Origin of barbecue
Related formsbar·be·cu·er, noun
Examples from the Web for barbeque
The place where jazz and barbeque and mob bosses and the blues flourished.
Finally, it is summer and one other wine to enjoy outside around the barbeque would be the Tobin James Sauvignon Blanc.
On the Fourth of July, a barbeque was held with Coca-Cola and grilled sausages and partygoers sang the American national anthem.
She wrote that to a group of her closest aides, presumably in preparation for a barbeque in the summer of 2008.
I love to barbeque and his recipes are simple and easy to make.
And, separated by a hedge, a brown tent with a barbeque pit before it, smoke rising in a rigid ribbon from the chimney.Elegy|Charles Beaumont
Next weekend my mom and dad are going to Saturn for a barbeque.FreeChildrenStories.com Collection|Daniel Errico
The pretty waitress lighted a gas-heater with a barbeque lighter, took our orders and went inside.Little Brother|Cory Doctorow