Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
The Collaborative International Dictionary
Peanut butter \Pea"nut but"ter\ A paste made by mixing ground fresh roasted peanuts with a small quantity of water or oil, and used chiefly as a relish on sandwiches, etc.
n. A spread made from ground peanuts.
n. a spread made from ground peanuts
- Peanut Butter & Co.
- Peanut Butter (song) hit single for The Marathons, written Barnum, Cooper, Smith, Goldsmith 1961, covered by The J. Geils Band
- Peanut Butter, a children's song, also known as "The Peanut Butter Song" and "Peanut Butter and Jelly", commonly sung on the television program Barney & Friends
Usage examples of "peanut butter".
Clare has also left me a snack: theres a peanut butter and jelly sandwich carefully wrapped in aluminum foil, with an apple and a bag of lays potato chips.
She had slept, and she had forced herself to eat a peanut butter sandwich at least once a day.
Today I was having a peanut butter and olive and potato chip sandwich for dinner.
I sometimes spent the last three days before payday eating peanut butter sandwiches and I was notorious in Woodsville for opening savings accounts and then closing them out a week later.
Gruesome as that image was, Anna preferred it to the idea that the killer was hiking around with human flesh packed along with his peanut butter and pork and beans.