Noun(1) agitation resulting from active worry(2) food prepared by stewing especially meat or fish with vegetables
Verb(1) be in a huff; be silent or sullen(2) bear a grudge; harbor ill feelings(3) cook slowly and for a long time in liquid
(1) lamb stew(2) I suppose he's all in a stew(3) My partner chose baked peppers and a veal stew with mashed potatoes.(4) Consider all the people who sat home in a stew in 1968 rather than vote for Hubert Humphrey.(5) Before long they had some potatoes, some old bread, and a hearty stew before them.(6) A large bowl of mutton stew with some large wedges of bread satisfied this last need.(7) There was a silence as he served the stew from the small iron pot.(8) sweaty clothes left to stew in a plastic bag(9) Later, they ate his famous cattle meat stew .(10) I employed Lydia's help to cut and stew some apples for dessert.(11) let the tomato mixture stew for twenty minutes(12) He lifted up the lid of the pot where lamb stew was simmering.(13) I answered obediently and went to the fire to stir the thick stew inside the cauldron.(14) There are many people around here who think that the whole of this country is in a stew .(15) They cooked a thick stew for dinner and had mulled cider.(16) Serve this thick stew with hot cooked basmati rice.
(1) beef stew :: Dana güveç
1. mood ::
2. swither ::
3. braise ::
4. swelter ::
5. grizzle ::
6. grudge ::
Different Formsstew, stewed, stewing, stews
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