- salaam convulsion,
- salad bar,
- salad basket,
- salad bowl,
- salad burnet,
- salad days
Origin of salad
Examples from the Web for salad
Before serving, bake the cheese packages, combine the salad and vinaigrette, and serve.
I ordered a salad, ate it, and in the bathroom snuck a swig of Pepto.
I managed to keep the salad down, but I left the restaurant hungry.
Specifically anti-black animus is not just one ingredient in the “salad bowl” of injustice.Rand Paul’s Comments on GOP Voter-ID Laws Mark a Turning Point|James Poulos|May 13, 2014|DAILY BEAST
So next time you complain about salad costing a fortune, remember that you could literally get high for less.America’s Next Agricultural Revolution Will Happen Indoors|Sarah Kunst|April 26, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Allow to become cold, and serve in salad bowl with French dressing, or mayonnaise sauce.The Hotel St. Francis Cook Book|Victor Hirtzler
One of Alfred's tormentors lay upon the floor, his face and vest literally covered with salad and other cold lunch.Watch Yourself Go By|Al. G. Field
Clean and bone the fish and then place in baking dish and spread freely with salad oil.Mrs. Wilson's Cook Book|Mary A. Wilson
Endive, en′div, n. an annual or biennial plant of the same genus as chicory, used as a salad.
Salad, fruit, and fresh eggs Maria bought for them in the old market.What Katy Did Next|Susan Coolidge
Word Origin for salad
late 14c., from Old French salade (14c.), from Vulgar Latin *salata, literally "salted," short for herba salata "salted vegetables" (vegetables seasoned with brine, a popular Roman dish), from fem. past participle of *salare "to salt," from Latin sal (genitive salis) "salt" (see salt (n.)).
Dutch salade, German Salat, Swedish salat, Russian salat are from Romanic languages. Salad days, "time of youthful inexperience" (perhaps on notion of "green") is first recorded 1606 in Shakespeare and probably owes its survival, if not its existence, to him. Salad bar first attested 1940, American English.