noun, plural gum·bos.
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Origin of gumbo
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Definition for gumbo (2 of 2)
noun (sometimes lowercase)
Origin of Gumbo
Example sentences from the Web for gumbo
Cashion’s filé-forward, roux-less gumbo had us scraping the bottom of the bowl.We lost Johnny’s Half Shell to the pandemic. After 20 years, it deserves a farewell toast.|Tom Sietsema|January 15, 2021|Washington Post
There was Cajun music, and she served gumbo, and it was an amazing scene.As customers and coastlines disappear, a New Orleans chef fights for her community|Dayana Sarkisova|December 17, 2020|Washington Post
Lena Richard was a black caterer and owner of the Gumbo House who published New Orleans Cookbook in 1940.
The cafeteria style stop is basically a comfort food joint—think baby back ribs, shrimp and grits, and gumbo—done well.Delayed? The Best Airport Restaurants to Eat at This Thanksgiving|Brandy Zadrozny|November 27, 2013|DAILY BEAST
So people stayed home and cooked big pots of red beans and gumbo.
It was all there: the military, the Constitution, the Bible—the whole Republican gumbo.Why Mitt Romney Is Winning, and Rick Perry Is Losing|Andrew Romano|January 3, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Spoon the rice into the center of the gumbo, and sprinkle each serving with green onions and parsley.
We cleared the gumbo cut west of the Beaver at a pretty good clip, in order to make the grade on the other side.The Nerve of Foley|Frank H. Spearman
Chicken gumbo soup is one of the most popular dishes of this kind.
Probably its chief use is as an ingredient in soups, when it is known as gumbo.
The creoles have introduced a new variety of their own called gumbo.Mrs. Wilson's Cook Book|Mary A. Wilson
I done made a mess er chicken gumbo fer dinner and some er them lil bits er thin biscuit.Back at School with the Tucker Twins|Nell Speed