Associations to the word «Salad»
SALAD, noun. A food made primarily of a mixture of raw or cold ingredients, typically vegetables, usually served with a dressing such as vinegar or mayonnaise.
SALAD, noun. A raw vegetable of the kind used in salads.
SALAD BAR, noun. A kind of buffet for salad, and cold food.
SALAD BARS, noun. Plural of salad bar
SALAD CREAM, noun. A creamy, yellow salad dressing made of an emulsion of oil in water with egg yolk, vinegar and other ingredients
SALAD DAYS, noun. A period of inexperienced youthful innocence accompanied by enthusiasm and idealism.
SALAD DODGER, noun. (informal) (derogatory) An overweight person.
SALAD DODGER, noun. (informal) One who does not normally eat salad.
SALAD DODGERS, noun. Plural of salad dodger
SALAD DRESSING, noun. A liquid or other substance (as mayonnaise), used to flavor or season a salad.
SALAD DRESSINGS, noun. Plural of salad dressing
SALAD FORK, noun. A fork intended for use when eating salad, often shorter than a usual dinner fork and sometimes having one of the outer tines shaped differently.
SALAD FORKS, noun. Plural of salad fork
SALAD OIL, noun. Any oil used in or as a salad dressing.
SALAD OIL, noun. An edible vegetable oil other than olive oil, as corn oil or sesame oil
SALAD OILS, noun. Plural of salad oil
SALAD ONION, noun. Spring onion
SALAD ONIONS, noun. Plural of salad onion
SALAD SPINNER, noun. A tool using centrifugal force to wash and dry salad
SALAD TOSSING, noun. Anilingus.
SALAD YEAR, noun. (idiomatic) The inexperienced, youthful prime of an individual, group, organization or entity.
SALAD YEARS, noun. Plural of salad year
SALAD, noun. Food mixtures either arranged on a plate or tossed and served with a moist dressing; usually consisting of or including greens.
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