noun, plural pi·men·tos.
Origin of pimento
Examples from the Web for pimento
Pimento cheese is a southern favorite that could only have been conceived in heaven.
Not least among Palmetto State glories is the pimento cheeseburger.
Nearly all pimento cheeseburgers served today come like this: fully dressed.
In the last few decades, pimento cheeseburgers have become popular throughout the South.
Well, well, gunpowder or pimento, I'll set fire to it if you don't be civil.Tom Cringle's Log|Michael Scott
For instance, the peas in this salad were left from yesterday's dinner, and the pimento is from that can I opened.
To prepare the salad dressing, mix boiled dressing and pimento oil together and then add the whipped cream.
Some persons give gin, or gin and pepper, or even spirit of pimento, in cases of gripes.Domestic Animals|Richard L. Allen
From the pimento wood he manufactured torches, which served him as a light at night, while he enjoyed its fragrant smell.Notable Voyagers|W.H.G. Kingston and Henry Frith