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Word: garnish

Definition: decorate; add a garnish to; decorate (food or drink) with small items such as lemon slices; N.


Sentences Containing 'garnish'

Civic Si Coupe includes a unique lower front bumper garnish, larger rear decklid spoiler, a distinctive front spoiler and sporty rear air diffuser.
Formerly, quenelles were often used as a garnish in haute cuisine.
Some sources recommend lime juice instead of a lime wedge garnish.
The complex consists of three towers of 32, 34 and 42 floors, all of which are recognisable from some considerable distance by their distinctive wavy, curvaceous outlines and garnish of blue-green reflective glass.
The Newgate novel was also attacked in the literary press, with "Jack Sheppard" described as a "one of a class of bad books, got up for a bad public" in the "Athenaeum", and "Punch" published a satirical "Literary Recipe" for a startling romance, which began "Take a small boy, charity, factory, carpenter's apprentice, or otherwise, as occasion may serve - stew him down in vice - garnish largely with oaths and flash songs - Boil him in a cauldron of crime and improbabilities.
There Hitz mastered many aspects of the restaurant business, including the sauté and grill stations, the pantry, garnish, table service, and the front.
TownAce wagons had headlamps that sat flush with a translucent garnish that gave the appearance of a large, single headlamp.
Toyota facelifted the TownAce and MasterAce Surf in August 1985, restyling the headlamps and garnish between them.
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