Definition of Dolmades

1. Noun. (plural of dolmade) ¹



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Definition of Dolmades

1. dolma [n] - See also: dolma

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Dolmades

dolly grips
dolly knot
dolly knots
dolly mixture
dolly mixtures
dolly shop
dolly shops
dolly varden
dollybird
dollybirds
dollying
dollymop
dollymops
dolma
dolmade
dolmades (current term)
dolman
dolman jacket
dolman sleeve
dolmans
dolmas
dolmeh
dolmen
dolmenic
dolmens
dolmus
dolmuses
dolmush
dolmushes
doloire

Literary usage of Dolmades

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1. Adventure Guide to Tampa Bay and Florida's West Coast by Chelle Koster Walton (2003)
"Pickled octopus, fried smelt, gyro sandwiches, dolmades, and lamb shanks are a few of the oddities and specialties. Try the marinated chicken or pork ..."

2. Early Voyages and Travels in the Levant by Thomas Dallam, John Covel, James Theodore Bent (1893)
"dolmades is a common Greek dish now. 3 Gobbet (cf. Old French gober, to devour greedily) here means made into mouthfuls. " Down comes a kite powdering upon ..."

3. The Steward's Handbook and Guide to Party Catering by Jessup Whitehead (1903)
"TURKISH dolmades- P.eef minced with raw rice, onion, parsley, pepper, salt, butter; some vine leaves parboiled, ..."

4. The Gourmet's Guide to Europe by Newnham-Davis (Nathaniel) (1908)
"... the entrails and liver of lamb, roasted on a spit; dolmades, meat balls wrapped in vine or white cabbage leaves, and served with a cream sauce and a ..."

5. Puerto Rico by Kurt Pitzer, Tara Stevens (2001)
"... -a 787-268-0010, 1754 Loiza St., Santurce, Try mousaka, dolmades and tzatziki. Portions are small but reasonable, with entrees generally under $10. ..."

6. Medizin, Aberglaube und Geschlechtselben in der Türkei: Mit Berücksichtigung by Bernhard Stern (1903)
"... die sogenannten dolmades — ein orientalisches Leibgericht: gehacktes Fleisch mit Reis und Zwiebeln in Weinblätter eingerollt — endlich Schafkäse und ..."

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