Associations to the word «Lobster»
LOBSTER, adjective. Red-colored, especially from a sunburn.
LOBSTER, noun. A crustacean of the Nephropidae family, dark green or blue-black in colour turning bright red when cooked, with a hard shell and claws, which is used as a seafood.
LOBSTER, noun. A crustacean of the Palinuridae family, pinkish red in colour, with a hard, spiny shell but no claws, which is used as a seafood.
LOBSTER, noun. (historical) A soldier or officer of the imperial British Army (due to their red or scarlet uniform).
LOBSTER, noun. (slang) An Australian twenty dollar note, due to its reddish-orange colour.
LOBSTER, verb. To fish for lobsters.
LOBSTER PALACE, noun. (US) (historical) An ostentatiously elegant restaurant in New York City.
LOBSTER PALACES, noun. Plural of lobster palace
LOBSTER POT, noun. A trap used to catch lobsters, resembling a crate with a small opening that a lobster can enter but has trouble exiting.
LOBSTER POUND, noun. (chiefly Northern Atlantic region of North America) A large commercial enclosure filled with circulating water in which lobsters are kept alive pending sale.
LOBSTER SAUCE, noun. A sauce made with chicken broth, garlic, ginger, fermented black beans, and eggs, thickened with cornstarch.
LOBSTER SHIFT, noun. A work shift that covers late evening and early morning hours.
LOBSTER SHIFTS, noun. Plural of lobster shift
LOBSTER THERMIDOR, noun. A creamy, cheesy mixture of cooked lobster meat, egg yolks, and brandy or sherry, stuffed into a lobster shell, and optionally served with an oven-browned cheese crust.
LOBSTER TRAP, noun. Alternative term for lobster pot
LOBSTER, noun. Flesh of a lobster.
LOBSTER, noun. Any of several edible marine crustaceans of the families Homaridae and Nephropsidae and Palinuridae.
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