clove

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A very pungent aromatic spice, the unexpanded flower bud of the clove tree
A narrow valley with steep sides, used in areas of North America first settled by the Dutch
An old English measure of weight, containing 7 pounds (3.2 kg), i.e. half a stone

By a statute of 9 Hen. VI. it was ordained that the wey of cheese should contain 32 cloves of 7 lbs. each, i.e. 224 lbs., or 2 cwts.

The tree Eugenia aromatica syn. Caryophyllus aromatica, native of the Moluccas (Indonesian islands)which produces it
Simple past of cleave
Any one of the separate bulbs that make up the larger bulb of garlic
{n} a kind of spice, a grain or root of garlic
{i} one of a number of small sections which form a compound bulb (as in garlic); type of spice
Lavang Spices
Cleft
Cloves are small dried flower buds which are used as a spice. chicken soup with cloves
one of the small bulblets that can be split off of the axis of a larger garlic bulb
A clove of garlic is one of the sections of a garlic bulb. One of the small sections of a separable bulb, as that of garlic. A past tense of cleave. a past tense of cleave. Small, reddish brown flower bud of the tropical evergreen tree Syzygium aromaticum (sometimes called Eugenia caryophyllata), of the myrtle family. The tree is believed to be native to the Moluccas of Indonesia. Cloves were important in the earliest spice trade. With a strong aroma and hot and pungent taste, they are used to flavour many foods. Clove oil is sometimes used as a local anesthetic for toothaches. Eugenol, its principal ingredient, is used in germicides, perfumes, and mouthwashes, in the synthesis of vanillin, and as a sweetener or flavour intensifier
Past participle of cleave
A spice bud believed to have mildly antiseptic properties
moderate sized very symmetrical red-flowered evergreen widely cultivated in the tropics for its flower buds which are source of cloves
A weight
aromatic flower bud of a clove tree; yields a spice
An aromatic spice used for some puddings, curries, gravies, in soups, sauces, etc
One of the small bulbs developed in the axils of the scales of a large bulb, as in the case of garlic
An old English measure of weight, containing 7 pounds; half a stone
A cleft; a gap; a ravine; rarely used except as part of a proper name; as, Kaaterskill Clove; Stone Clove
spice from dried unopened flower bud of the clove tree; used whole or ground
The herb increases circulation, promotes digestion and nutrition, raises the body temperature; stimulates the excretory organs, and stimulates and disinfects the kidneys, skin, liver and bronchial mucous membrane
A clove of cheese is about eight pounds, of wool, about seven pounds
A very pungent aromatic spice, the unexpanded flower bud of the clove tree (Eugenia aromatica syn. Caryophullus aromatica), a native of the Molucca Isles
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Type: Spice (whole or ground) Description: Reddish-brown, nail-shaped buds from the tropical evergreen clove tree Flavor: Aromatic, pungent, sweet Uses: Baked beans, fruit pies, ham, pickling, sauces, spice cakes and cookies
A very pungent aromatic spice, the unexpanded flower bud of the clove tree (Eugenia, or Caryophullus, aromatica), a native of the Molucca Isles
This spice is the dried, unopened flower bud of the tropical evergreen clove tree
spice from dried unopened flower bud of the clove tree; used whole or ground one of the small bulblets that can be split off of the axis of a larger garlic bulb moderate sized very symmetrical red-flowered evergreen widely cultivated in the tropics for its flower buds which are source of cloves aromatic flower bud of a clove tree; yields a spice
clove hitch
a bend formed by two half hitches in opposite directions, used to make a line fast to a spar or to a larger rope; it will not slip
clove hitches
plural form of clove hitch
clove pink
Their type of flower
clove pink
Any plant known as carnation (of genus Dianthus)
clove pinks
plural form of clove pink
clove hitch
a knot used to fasten a line temporarily to a post or spar
clove hitch
builder's knot, knot consisting of two opposing half-hitches with the ends of the rope extending in opposite directions (used to fasten a rope to a pole or to another rope)
clove hitch
n. A knot used to secure a line to a spar, post, or other object, consisting of two half hitches made in opposite directions
clove oil
essential oil obtained from cloves and used to flavor medicines
clove oil
An aromatic oil obtained from the buds, stems, or leaves of the clove tree, used in flavoring and perfumery, and as a temporary anesthetic for toothaches
clove oil
The thin, clear oil is derived from the blossom and the leaves The potent scent is warm and spicy and a popular additive Clove oil is known to be a powerful germicide and astringent
clove oil
Extracted from the plant, Eugenia caryophyllata, it is used for its anti-inflammatory anti-irritant properties in creams and lotions
cleave
Flat, smooth surface produced by cleavage, or any similar surface produced by similar techniques, as in glass
cleave
To split
cleave
To make or accomplish by or as if by cutting: cleave a path through the ice
cleave
To cling, adhere or stick fast to something; used with to or unto
cleave
To split (a complex molecule) into simpler molecules
cleave
Of a crystal, to split along a natural plane of division
cleave
To pierce or penetrate as if by splitting

The wings cleaved the foggy air.

cleave
To break a single crystal (such as a gemstone or semiconductor wafer) along one of its more symmetrical crystallographic planes (often by impact), forming facets on the resulting pieces
cleave
{v} to stick, join, hold, split, divide
cleave
The process of separating an optical fiber by a controlled fracture of the glass, for the purpose of obtaining a fiber end, which is flat, smooth, and perpendicular to the fiber axis
cleave
To adhere closely; to stick; to hold fast; to cling
cleave
Chop up
cleave
To pierce or penetrate
cleave
To split or sever something or as if with a sharp instrument
cleave
To part; to open; to crack; to separate; as parts of bodies; as, the ground cleaves by frost
cleave
make by cutting into; "The water is going to cleave a channel into the rock"
cleave
To part or divide by force; to split or rive; to cut
cleave
To part or open naturally; to divide
cleave
To be faithful
cleave
To unite or be united closely in interest or affection; to adhere with strong attachment
cleave
The past tense can be either cleaved or clove; the past participle can be cleaved, cloven, or cleft for meaning 1., and is cleaved for meaning 2
cleave
come or be in close contact with; stick or hold together and resist separation; "The dress clings to her body"; "The label stuck to the box"; "The sushi rice grains cohere"
cleave
{f} cling to; attach oneself to; join together; be singularly devoted to
cleave
To fit; to be adapted; to assimilate
cleave
To cleave something means to split or divide it into two separate parts, often violently. They just cleave the stone along the cracks. = split
cleave
separate or cut with a tool, such as a sharp instrument; "cleave the bone" make by cutting into; "The water is going to cleave a channel into the rock
cleave
(verb) To adhere, cling, or stick fast; To be faithful
cleave
The controlled breaking of a fiber so that its surface is smooth
cleave
separate or cut with a tool, such as a sharp instrument; "cleave the bone"
cleave
If someone cleaves to something or to someone else, they begin or continue to have strong feelings of loyalty towards them. She has cleaved to these principles all her life
cleave
make by cutting into; "The water is going to cleave a channel into the rock
cleave
{f} split, separate; be split apart, be separated; pass through; part from
cleave
The process of cutting an optical fiber by a controlled fracture of the glass, for the purpose of obtaining a fiber end, which is flat, smooth, and perpendicular to the fiber axis Coating A material applied to the cladding for protective purposes
cloves
or Clove cigs: A type of cigarrette made from tobacco and cloves, usually with sugar-sweetened paper around the filter, which is popular among smoking Goths A brand recommended by one reader is Djarum Black (For the irony fans among you, Death cigarettes are also popular: suicidal nicotine and tar levels, accompanied by graphicaly worded warnings of the consequences of smoking and the slogan 'Death Cigarrettes: for an honest smoke ')
cloves
This spice is used to flavour many sweet and savoury dishes and is usually added whole
cloves
Long/ Lavang
cloves
- are the unopened flower bud of a tree that grows in many of the warmer regions of the world such as Madagascar, India, Malaysia, the Philippines, Sumatra, and Brazil Cloves can be purchased both whole and ground Cloves have a most pleasant aroma, but they are so strong that a tiny bit will be sufficient to flavor a great deal of prepared food Be careful!
cloves
plural of clove
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    [ 'klEv ] (intransitive verb.) before 12th century. An alteration of Middle English clowe, from the first component of Old French clou de girofle, from Latin clāvus (“nail”) for its shape. Also see clāva (“knotty branch, club”)

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