verb (used with object), pick·led, pick·ling.
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Origin of pickle1
Definition for pickle (2 of 2)
noun Scot. and North England.
Example sentences from the Web for pickle
Most recently, I ate the salad on lightly toasted brioche hamburger buns, with thick-cut dill pickles for even more dill flavor.Calling all dill lovers: This old-school ham salad sandwich is for you|Ann Maloney|January 26, 2021|Washington Post
Buttermilk fried chicken, Miller’s contribution to the flock, is lots to like — moist chicken, snappy sliced pickle, “ramp ranch” dressing — inside a soft, toasted bun.Like a good neighbor, Pennyroyal Station is there for you|Tom Sietsema|January 22, 2021|Washington Post
So now whenever I start freaking out, I just go eat a pickle or something to calm myself down and reassure myself.The Lost Year: Chronic pain, an unusual love story, and reassurance via pickle|Emily VanDerWerff|December 27, 2020|Vox
Fermentation can create thousands of different foods and drinks, including sake, kombucha, beer, wine, cheese, yogurt, pickles, sauerkraut, and sourdough bread.
This is sometimes added to the pickling solution to produce hardness and crispness.Detection of the Common Food Adulterants|Edwin M. Bruce
This preliminary pickling goes on for more than a week until the meat is thoroughly sour and sodden.Suppers|Paul Pierce
A number of the small varieties of pears are much used for pickling.
The food value of both these products is not extremely high, unless a great quantity of sugar is used in the pickling.
Foods preserved by pickling are known as either pickles or relishes.
British Dictionary definitions for pickle
Derived forms of picklepickler, noun
Word Origin for pickle
Idioms and Phrases with pickle
see in a fix (pickle).