verb (used with object), riced, ric·ing.
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Example sentences from the Web for rice
In khao kan jin, a northern Thai dish, pork blood is mixed with rice and steamed in a banana leaf.
Case numbers remained low at Rice, with no single day seeing more than six reported cases.How 5 universities tried to handle COVID-19 on campus|Betsy Ladyzhets|February 23, 2021|Science News
Meadow Grill, in the same area, offers a surprising variety of goods, including breakfast burritos and rice bowls.
Since 1977, when he started importing rice and sugar to his home state of Kano, Nigeria, and selling them at a lucrative markup, his business empire has expanded across industries and borders.
Jahmal Usen, and his home-cooked meals of red-tinged jollof rice and comforting spaghetti stir-fry, are an important part of it.
The book details his confrontations with neoconservatives, and his alliance with Condoleezza Rice.
Rice had received this video in discovery during his criminal case, but it had not been aired publicly, as had the first video.
At that meeting, Rice told the Commissioner that he had hit Mrs. Rice in the elevator.
A call made to police beforehand described Rice as “a guy with a pistol” on a swing set, but said it was “probably fake.”
And the Constitution, written on goatskin not rice paper, might be as our country was under Jefferson.
In his youngest days, when his mother used to regulate his food, she would stuff him full of rice.
Likewise your Majesty will have shelter for his vessels, and a foothold in that country, which abounds with meat and rice.
This gift of rice was especially pleasing to the traveller, as no dish is held in higher honour in Korea.
After this he awoke much refreshed, and having obtained some rice from the native chief, ate a little with relish.Hunting the Lions|R.M. Ballantyne
Mr. Rice, the owner of the plantation, was a hot Southern sympathizer, but he did not relish his present company.The Courier of the Ozarks|Byron A. Dunn