Definition of Posole

1. a thick soup made of pork, corn, garlic, and chili [n -S]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Posole

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posole (current term)
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Literary usage of Posole

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1. ... The Native Races: Of the Pacific States by Hubert Howe Bancroft (1886)
"The posole is a nourishing drink made of sour maize paste mixed with water; ... This last drink they prefer to the posole, for long journeys.44 The natives ..."

2. The Artichoke Trail: A Guide to Vegetarian Restaurants, Organic Food Stores by James Frost (2000)
"At Richard's, though, they don't use chicken stock in either the green chile or posole, so by all means sample away! Lost in a strip mall, ..."

3. The Works of Hubert Howe Bancroft by Hubert Howe Bancroft (1886)
"The posole is a nourishing drink made of sour maize paste mixed with water ... This last drink they prefer to the posole, for long journeys.44 The natives ..."

4. In Indian Mexico: A Narrative of Travel and Labor by Frederick Starr (1908)
"Heat, black-flies, and sunlight all made it impossible to sleep; but we took a bath in the running brook, and skinned some birds, and tasted posole for the ..."

5. The Ancient Cities of the New World: Being Voyages and Explorations in by Désiré Charnay (1887)
"But the whole day passed in fruitless expectations, all the more disagreeable that they had all the supplies, and we were reduced to a large ball of posole ..."

6. Dampier's Voyages: Consisting of a New Voyage Round the World, a Supplement by William Dampier (1906)
"They mix it ail with Water, and presently drink it off without straining. In long Journeys they prefer this drink before posole. 1 Bixa orellana, a reddish ..."

7. The Industry of Nations, as Exemplified in the Great Exhibition of 1851 by London Exhibition of 1851 (1852)
"... waxy residuum of re-distillation of adi- posole. Paraffine, product of the forced distillation of adi- posole. ..."

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