Definition of Salads

1. Noun. (plural of salad) ¹



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Definition of Salads

1. salad [n] - See also: salad

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Salads

salad greens
salad nicoise
salad oil
salad oils
salad plate
salad year
salad years
saladang
saladangs
salade
salades
salading
saladings
saladless
saladlike
salads (current term)
salady
salaeratus
salagane
salaganes
salah
salai
salak
salak palm
salak palms
salaks
salal
salal-berry
salals
salam

Literary usage of Salads

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1. Lessons in Cookery by Frances Elizabeth Stewart (1919)
"Juicy-vegetable salads (combinations of fresh and very juicy vegetables, ... Fruit salads (made of fruits rich in starch or sugar, such as bananas and ..."

2. A Handbook of Invalid Cooking for the Use of Nurses in Training-schools by Mary A. Boland (1893)
"The dressing for salads, whether simply oil and vinegar, or a mayonnaise, ... To vary and flavor the salads of vegetables only, use the fine herbs when in ..."

3. A Handbook of Invalid Cooking for the Use of Nurses in Training-schools by Mary A. Boland (1893)
"The dressing for salads, whether simply oil and vinegar, or a mayonnaise, ... To vary and flavor the salads of vegetables only, use the fine herbs when in ..."

4. The Boston Cooking-school Cook Book by Fannie Merritt Farmer (1911)
"salads made of greens should always be served crisp and cold. ... Canned or cold cooked left-over vegetables are well utilized in salads, but are best mixed ..."

5. Primary Studies for Nurses: A Text-book for First Year Pupil Nurses by Charlotte Albina Aikens (1915)
"salads may be a combination of fish, meat, chicken, with appropriate vegetables, ... All materials used in salads should be in first class condition. ..."

6. The American Salad Book by Maximilian De Loup (1900)
"Vegetable salads. """P'HE opportunity for making delicious salads is greater I with vegetables than with any other article of food used on American tables. ..."

7. Practical Cooking and Serving: A Complete Manual of how to Select, Prepare by Janet McKenzie Hill (1902)
"The list of plants eaten uncooked as salads by people in general is small, and it has scarcely been added to since the days of antiquity. ..."

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