Crossword clues for dill
- Pickler's herb
- Type of herb
- Soup herb
- Pickling spice
- Pickle pick
- It may be in a pickle
- Herb in a pickle
- Havarti additive
- Pickle preference
- Pickle option
- Parsley family herb
- Herb on salmon
- Herb in pickles
- Gherkin kin
- "To Kill a Mockingbird" boy who shares his name with an herb
- Vlasic classic
- Tzatziki herb
- Pickle-flavoring plant
- It often gets in a pickle
- It might be in a pickle
- It can find itself in a pickle
- Herb used with potatoes
- Herb in salmon recipes
- Gravlax herb
- Fish herb
- Vlasic flavoring
- Tzatziki sauce ingredient
- Transformed cuke
- Smoked salmon seasoning
- Seasoning in some omelets
- Sauce herb for many salmon dishes
- Pickling supply
- Pickle-flavoring herb
- Necessity at the pickle works
- Herb used in potato salad
- Herb used in borscht
- Herb used for pickles and salmon
- Herb that's used to flavor pickles
- Herb served with salmon
- Herb often used with potatoes
- Herb in a creamy potato salad
- Herb for pickles
- Herb commonly used with gravlax
- Herb added to havarti
- Gravlax garnish
- Gravlax flavoring
- Cooking flavor
- Cookery flavor
- Common salmon garnish
- Celery's cousin
- British Field Marshal, buried in Arlington
- Boy in "To Kill a Mockingbird"
- Food flavorer
- Parsley's pungent relative
- Pickle flavoring
- Soup flavoring
- It's in a pickle
- Certain pickle
- Pickling herb
- Deli freebie
- Salmon garnish
- Borscht flavorer
- Flavorful seed source
- Gravlax ingredient
- Soup flavorer
- Pickle variety
- Salmon seasoning
- Pickle flavorer
- Aromatic Old World herb having aromatic threadlike foliage and seeds used as seasoning
- Flavoring herb
- Kind of pickle
- Pickle choice
- Only Englishman buried in Arlington
- Wild carrot or fennel
- Flavoring for a pickle
- This can find itself in a pickle
- Herb related to parsley
- Popular pickle
- Herb used for flavoring
- Pickle herb
- Pickling seed
- Cooking herb
- Deli pickle
- Gherkin's relative
- Pickle type
- Pickle spice
- Cousin of parsley
- Type of pickle
- Ending in food, peculiar herb
- Aromatic herb used as seasoning
- Plant's day off
- Plant 9, first reduced by 50%, finally by 90%
- Herb with thread-like foliage used as seasoning
- Herb used in pickles
- Herb of the parsley family
- Herb makes duke sick
- ___ pickle
- Kitchen herb
- Aromatic seed
- Parsley relative
- Salad herb
- Pickling agent
- Pickle purchase
- Pickler's need
Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
The Collaborative International Dictionary
Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
Old English dile "dill, anise," a Proto-Germanic word of unknown origin (cognates: Old Saxon dilli, Middle Dutch and Dutch dille, Swedish dill, German Dill).
n. 1 ''Anethum graveolens'' (the sole species of the genus (taxlink Anethum genus noshow=1)), a herb, the seeds of which are moderately warming, pungent, and aromatic, formerly used as a soothing medicine for children; also known as dillseed. 2 A cucumber pickled with dill flavoring, also called a dill pickle. 3 (context informal English) a fool. vb. 1 To still; to assuage; to calm; to soothe, as one in pain. 2 To lull to sleep.
n. aromatic Old World herb having aromatic threadlike foliage and seeds used as seasoning [syn: Anethum graveolens]
aromatic threadlike foliage of the dill plant used as seasoning [syn: dill weed]
Dill (Anethum graveolens) is an annual herb in the celery family Apiaceae.
It is the sole species of the genus Anethum.
The Dill is a long river, flowing through central Hesse in Germany. It is a tributary to the Lahn, joining it on the right bank at the town of Wetzlar.
Dill is a surname, and may refer to:
- Bob Dill (1920–1991), American professional ice hockey player
- Clarence Dill (1884–1978), American politician
- Craig Dill (born 1944), American basketball player
- Cynthia Dill (born 1965), American lawyer and politician
- Danny Dill (1924–2008), American country music singer
- Dean Dill, American magician
- Diana Dill (born 1923), Bermudian-American actress
- Eric Dill (born 1981), American singer and songwriter
- Jacob William Dill, (1840–1920) Canadian merchant and political figure
- James Dill (1859–1937), Canadian politician
- John Dill (1881–1944), UK World War II Field Marshal
- Lesley Dill (born 1950), American contemporary artist
- Max Dill (1876-1949), American vaudeville comedian
- Nathalia Dill (born 1986), Brazilian actress
- Roger Dill (born 1957), Bermudan international cricket umpire
Dill (Anethum graveolens) is an annual herb. Dill may also refer to:
Elpídio Barbosa Conceição, also known as Dill (born March 4, 1974) is a Brazilian retired footballer who played as a forward.
In a 16-year professional career, he played for several Série A clubs, being the top scorer in 2000, and also competed in four other countries, namely in Portugal.
Usage examples of "dill".
I tried to recall the names of both the spices I had known and those I had only heard of, words that would intoxicate him like perfumes, and for him I listed malabaster, incense, nard, lycium, sandal, saffron, ginger, cardamom, senna, zedoaria, laurel, marjoram, coriander, dill, thyme, clove, sesame, poppy, nutmeg, citronella, curcuma, and cumin.
Everyone came in jeans or and the food consisted of cheese and crackers, carrot ely sticks with dill dip, and her famous, artery-clogging guacamole and taco chips--or if it was a formal sit-down dinner, lasagna and garlic bread.
Maybe I should substitute orange and jicama salad for the carrots in dill sauce.
Deanna Foster-Joyer, John Joyer, Bud Murphy, Peggy Dills Kelter, Sally LaVenture, Eric Bucy, Steve Saylor, Kevin Donald, Aina Josefsson, and Deborah Phillips.
Mr Dill, will perhaps want to consult Green Undertakings of Watchet in Somerset, since that village is such a famous poetic landmark!
The Qorma-i Tarkari, a dish of cauliflower, carrots and potatoes topped with lamb sauce and seasoned with turmeric, cumin, saffron and dill over basmati rice, was delicious.
I stopped at the Dally-Deli and picked up two humongous corned beef sandwiches on rye, side orders of cole slaw, and an extra order of kosher dills, which Chas dearly loves.
Camembert cheese heated slightly, just enough to spread, a Boston rarebit made with cream and egg left over scrambled eggs and cress, roast chicken and chopped dill pickles, cheese and chopped dates or figs, orange marmalade, and sardines pounded to a paste with a few drops of lemon juice added.
As Diller turned out the light and left he did not realize that the wounded man watched through the slit of his one unbruised eyelid.
The church allowed neither alcohol nor tobacco but Diller owned an unproscribed vice: gluttony.
All the way from Duesseldorf to Wohlgebaum he played the Circuit of Gardens with nice clean Gravel on the Ground and Dill Pickles festooned among the Caraway Trees.
The following morning, two thousand Haligonians gathered before the Herald building to bid Godspeed to Frank and Jennie Dill.
Sir John Dill, who had succeeded General Ironside in May, 1940, remained C.
Late at night on May 25, Ironside, Dill, Ismay, myself, and one or two others in my room at Admiralty House were trying to measure the position.
Substitute 1 tsp of dried or fresh dill, or 2 Tbs of fresh basil for parsely.