noun Mexican Cookery.
Origin of guacamole
Examples from the Web for guacamole
They ate chips and salsa and guacamole and steak fajitas and slept in a real bed for the first time in days, indoors.We Survived the Triumph: Passengers Describe Their Doomed Carnival Cruise|Winston Ross, Eliza Shapiro, Sam Register|February 16, 2013|DAILY BEAST
You may know it as the film in which Halle Berry dips her breast into a bowl of guacamole.‘Movie 43’: How Hollywood’s Super-Star-Studded Movie Failed Unnoticed|Kevin Fallon|January 28, 2013|DAILY BEAST
The guacamole was perfection with a side of corn tortillas and smoky salsa verde.Best Mexican Food in New York City: The Daily Beast Takes a Tour|Michelle Gross|May 4, 2012|DAILY BEAST
From Chevys' 1,900-calorie nachos to the Cheesecake Factory's 1,600-calorie guacamole, these are the snack attacks.
Word Origin for guacamole
1920, from American Spanish guacamole, originally Mexican, from Nahuatl ahuaca-molli, from ahuacatl "avocado" + molli "sauce."