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Origin of coffee
Words nearby coffee
Example sentences from the Web for coffee
McGunagle will jump out of the plane carrying supplies that include drinking water, food like beef jerky or peanut butter, solution for his contact lenses, and a pound of coffee.How aerial firefighters battle blazes from the skies|Rob Verger|August 27, 2020|Popular Science
Your local independent roaster is probably buying big bags of raw coffee from Asia, South America, or Africa, and the burlap bags it comes in—produced by the millions each year—are mostly a waste product.
Combine all that with my desire to counterbalance all the coffee I drink with a lot more water, and I arrived at Mad Tasty.OneRepublic’s Ryan Tedder on launching a hemp-infused sparkling water brand|Rachel King|August 24, 2020|Fortune
“I love going to events and meeting people in person,” says Sarah Solomon, who runs a public relations agency on the US West Coast and used to meet people over coffee or find potential clients at events.Remote workers want to re-create those watercooler moments, virtually|Tanya Basu|August 17, 2020|MIT Technology Review
Pre-pandemic, he brought his own coffee beans to work and brewed coffee for the other number theorists every day after lunch.A Number Theorist Who Solves the Hardest Easy Problems|Erica Klarreich|July 1, 2020|Quanta Magazine
There are parks filled with men pushing strollers and coffee shops where fathers meet their friends, babes in arms.
These are young fathers, rural farmers, usually growing banana or coffee or subsistence crops.
Inside, patrons can sip on bespoke whisky and coffee while getting that buffed and polished look.The Most Exciting New Hotels, Restaurants, and Submarines of 2014|Charlie Gilbert|December 29, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Since coffee can irritate the gut, she suggests opting for herbal tea instead.
These villages used to harvest rubber, cacao, palm oil, and coffee beans.
We take a less gloomy view of our errors now our father confessor listens to us over his egg and coffee.Adam Bede|George Eliot
He gained courage, later on, and asked Audrey if she would have some coffee with him, or something to eat.Dangerous Days|Mary Roberts Rinehart
Coffee succeeded—coffee made in the empty vegetable tin, and worthy of Maxim's or the Ritz.The Pursuit|Frank (Frank Mackenzie) Savile
Decided it was too warm to walk in the afternoon, so lay down on our beds, mustering in great force for afternoon coffee.In a German Pension|Katherine Mansfield
It is true that there are sugar and coffee, but no corn, no potatoes, and none of our delicious varieties of fruit.A Woman's Journey Round the World|Ida Pfeiffer
British Dictionary definitions for coffee
- a drink consisting of an infusion of the roasted and ground or crushed seeds of the coffee tree
- (as modifier)coffee grounds
- a medium to dark brown colour
- (as adjective)a coffee carpet