Associations to the word «Garlic»
GARLIC, noun. A plant, Allium sativum, related to the onion, having a pungent bulb much used in cooking.
GARLIC BREAD, noun. Bread made with garlic often served with pasta dishes.
GARLIC BREADS, noun. Plural of garlic bread
GARLIC CHEWER, noun. (slang) (derogatory) A French person.
GARLIC CHEWERS, noun. Plural of garlic chewer
GARLIC CHIVE, noun. A plant which has long, thin, white-flowering stalks, related to chives.
GARLIC CHIVE, noun. (in plural garlic chives) The garlic-flavoured leaves of this plant used as a vegetable in cooking.
GARLIC CHIVES, noun. Plural of garlic chive
GARLIC MUSTARD, noun. A woodland plant, Alliaria petiolata, that has a garlic-like aroma
GARLIC MUSTARDS, noun. Plural of garlic mustard
GARLIC PEAR, noun. The fruit of a Jamaican tree (Crataeva gynandra), having a strong scent of garlic and a burning taste.
GARLIC PRESS, noun. A utensil used to crush garlic
GARLIC PRESSES, noun. Plural of garlic press
GARLIC VINE, noun. Any of a number of vines in the family Bignoniaceae with foliage that smells like garlic when crushed, especially:
GARLIC VINE, noun. Bignonia aequinoctialis
GARLIC VINE, noun. Mansoa alliacea
GARLIC VINE, noun. Mansoa hymenaea
GARLIC VINES, noun. Plural of garlic vine
GARLIC, noun. Bulbous herb of southern Europe widely naturalized; bulb breaks up into separate strong-flavored cloves.
GARLIC, noun. Aromatic bulb used as seasoning.
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