Crossword clues for soup
- You may put stock in it
- Primordial ___
- You might put stock in it
- Bisque or gazpacho
- Liquid food especially of meat or fish or vegetable stock often containing pieces of solid food
- (informal) an unfortunate situation
- Rubaboo is one
- Garbure, e.g.
- Dinner beginner
- Gumbo or skink
- Thick fog
- Rubaboo or skink
- First in a group leader to 28 Down
- Menu item
- Counterpart of nuts
- Minestrone, e.g.
- Pepper pot, e.g.
- Dinner course
- Minestrone or won ton
- First course
- Dinner starter
- Gazpacho, for one
- Gumbo, e.g.
- Winter lunch choice
- *Start of the word ladder
- Elective course?
- First course, maybe
- Thick fog, in slang
- Early course
- Campbell's product
- Extra horsepower, in slang
- Progresso product
- Starting fare, often
- Short course
- "Du jour" item
- Sandwich go-with
- First course, often
- Make more powerful, with "up"
- Mulligatawny, for one
- Extra horsepower, slangily
- Egg drop, e.g.
- It's not forked out
- *Salad partner
- Added power, in slang
- Starter, perhaps
- Borscht, e.g.
- Introductory course?
- First course option
- See 24-Across
- Gazpacho, e.g.
- With 57-Down, memorable "Seinfeld" character, with "the"
- Alternative to salad
- First course, sometimes
- Antithesis of 32-Down
Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
The Collaborative International Dictionary
Soup \Soup\, n. [F. soupe, OF. sope, supe, soupe, perhaps originally, a piece of bread; probably of Teutonic origin; cf. D. sop sop, G. suppe soup. See Sop something dipped in a liquid, and cf. Supper.] A liquid food of many kinds, usually made by boiling meat and vegetables, or either of them, in water, -- commonly seasoned or flavored; strong broth.
Soup kitchen, an establishment for preparing and supplying soup to the poor.
Soup ticket, a ticket conferring the privilege of receiving soup at a soup kitchen.
Soup \Soup\, v. t.
To sup or swallow. [Obs.]
Soup \Soup\, v. t.
To breathe out. [Obs.]
Soup \Soup\, v. t. To sweep. See Sweep, and Swoop. [Obs.]
Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
"liquid food," 1650s, from French soupe "soup, broth" (13c.), from Late Latin suppa "bread soaked in broth," from a Germanic source (compare Middle Dutch sop "sop, broth"), from Proto-Germanic *sup-, from PIE *sub-, from root *seue- (2) "to take liquid" (see sup (v.2)).\n
\nPrimordial soup is from a concept first expressed 1929 by J.B.S. Haldane. Soup to nuts "everything" is from 1910. Soup-kitchen, "public establishment supported by voluntary contributions, for preparing and serving soup to the poor at no cost" is attested from 1839. In Ireland, souper meant "Protestant clergyman seeking to make proselytes by dispensing soup in charity" (1854).
Etymology 1 n. (alternative form of sup English) vb. (alternative form of sup English) Etymology 2
n. 1 Any of various dishes commonly made by combining liquids, such as water or stock with other ingredients, such as meat and vegetables, that contribute flavor and texture. 2 # (context countable English) A serving of such a dish, typically in a bowl. 3 # (context uncountable English) The liquid part of such a dish; the broth. 4 (context figuratively English) Any mixture or substance suggestive of soup consistency. 5 # (context slang English) Thick fog or cloud (also (term: pea soup)). 6 # (context US slang English) Nitroglycerin or gelignite, especially when used for safe-cracking. 7 # (context cant English) Dope (illicit drug, used for making horses run faster or to change their personality). 8 # (context photography English) Processing chemicals into which film is dipped, such as developer. 9 # (context biology English) Liquid or gelatinous substrate, especially the mixture of organic compounds that is believe to have played a role in the origin of life on Earth. 10 # (context UK informal often with "the" English) An unfortunate situation; trouble, problems (a fix, a mess); chaos. vb. 1 (context uncommon English) To feed: to provide with soup or a meal. 2 To be in trouble or in difficulty (often passive--cf. (term: in the soup)).
n. liquid food especially of meat or fish or vegetable stock often containing pieces of solid food
any composition having a consistency suggestive of soup
an unfortunate situation; "we're in the soup now"
v. dope (a racehorse)
Soup is the second album by the American alternative rock band Blind Melon, released eight weeks before vocalist Shannon Hoon's fatal drug overdose, making it his final album with the band.
Soup is a 1974 children's novel by Robert Newton Peck.
Its main characters are two boys, Robert (the narrator) and his close friend Luther, better known as "Soup". It takes place during the 1930s in a small town in Vermont where the author also grew up, and deals with the daily lives of the main characters. Soup is a well-meaning, but mischievous schemer, constantly coming up with elaborate plans that invariably land him and Robert in trouble. Robert is more sensible but less wily, and frequently finds himself conned into doing Soup's dirty work. However, they are best friends and watch out for one another. Their frequent villain is school bully Janice Riker and Eddy Tacker, and Robert has a mad crush on the lovely Norma Jean Bissel.
Typical moments include the boys losing their clothes and stealing more from a rummage sale that has only women's, or Soup painting his name on a barn without permission and running the "p" over onto the corner, causing the farmer to yell "'Souf'! I'll get you 'Souf'!"
There are several sequels to this book, including Soup and Me, Soup for President, Soup on Fire, Soup's Hoop, and Soup 1776. Soup and Me and Soup For President were adapted into half-hour television episodes starring Christian Berrigan and Shane Sinutko for the series The ABC Weekend Special. The author, Robert Newton Peck, also wrote the popular book A Day No Pigs Would Die.
Soup is a children's claymation-style animated television series made in New Zealand which aired on TVNZ in 2002. It was created by Jamie Canard and ran for three series of 10 episodes each within the What Now children's TV programme. Each episode was around five minutes long and portrayed the life of fictional creatures living in a swamp. The style of the series was inspired by The Trap Door, with a variety of creatures ranging from hideous rampaging monsters to small scuttling things, typically with big eyes on top of their heads.
Soup is an album released in November 2007 by The Housemartins and The Beautiful South on Mercury Records. It is in effect a greatest hits album for both of the bands, the first seven tracks bracketed together as "The Housemartins Condensed" and the remaining fifteen as "The Cream of The Beautiful South". All twenty two songs were released as singles by the bands, and the track listing runs in chronological order by year of song release from 1985's "Flag Day" to 2003s "Just A Few Things That I Ain't". An associated DVD of the bands music videos was also released.
Soup is an EP recorded by Canadian rock band Heavy Jack at Turtle Studios in White Rock, BC. Soup was recorded live in one session in 2006. The album artwork was designed by Duke Floss.
Soup is a primarily liquid food.
Soup may also refer to:
- Soup (Blind Melon album), a rock album by Blind Melon
- "Soup", a song by Blind Melon from the album Nico
- Soup (The Housemartins and The Beautiful South album)
- Soup (EP), an EP by Heavy Jack
- Soup (book), a book by Robert Newton Peck
- The Soup, a television show broadcast on the E! Entertainment Television Network
- Soup (TV series), a clay-animation television series that ran in New Zealand
- Soup (Apple), an object database used in the Apple Newton PDA
- Soup.io, a social networking and microblogging site.
- Software of unknown pedigree, used in various American and British standards concerning software system certification
- SOUP (file format) (Simple Offline Usenet Packet format) - a legacy file-format for downloading Usenet articles and e-mail, similar to QWK (file format)
- Primordial soup
- Symposium On Usable Privacy and Security (SOUPS), founded by Lorrie Cranor
- Nickname of:
- Bill Campbell (baseball) (born 1948), American baseball player
- Soup Campbell (1915–2000), American baseball player
- Dave Campbell (infielder) (born 1942), American baseball player and broadcaster
- Jeff Suppan (born 1975), American baseball player
- Eric Campbell (baseball) (born 1987), American baseball player
- Soupy Sales (1926–2009), American comedian and actor
- Soupy Norman, Irish television series
Soup is the file system for the Apple Newton platform, based on a shallow database system. The Newton considers its internal storage, and each inserted card, as a separate "store" (a volume). Any store may have either read/write "soups" (databases) or read-only objects called "packages" (Packages are roughly equivalent to applications, though they may also be storage areas or plug-ins).
A soup is a simple, one-table database of "entries" which may be indexed in different ways and queried by a variety of methods. Various soups store the Newton's equivalent of "documents" or "files." The Newton has a rich set of indexing and querying mechanisms for soups. One important index is the "tags" index. Soup entries may be "tagged" with some user-defined string; applications use these tags to mimic the mechanism of filing entries into "folders," with each folder identified by a user-defined string.
Soups have an accompanying ID symbol which represents a soup of that "kind;" this ID is assigned to a soup by the application which created it and uses it. For example, Hemlock (an Internet search tool for the Newton) maintains two soups, each with a different ID. One soup holds a list of search engines, the other holds the query results.
Soups on different stores may have the same ID, meaning that they are the same kind of soup, just spread out on different cards. When applications access soups, they usually do so by querying and accessing a "union soup" object. From an application's perspective, union soups merge all the soups of a given ID on different stores into one unified soup for that ID. This happens dynamically; when a user adds or removes cards, the union soup changes automatically, each application is notified, and they update their presentation to the user to reflect this. For example, if the user pulls out a card containing a Note Pad soup, the appropriate soup entries (i.e. "notes") in the Note Pad's union soup automatically disappear, the Note Pad is notified, and its display is updated to show that these entries are now gone. Treating documents as database entries in a global union soup made Newtons very apt at handling multiple cards yanked and inserted while applications are running.
There are a few global soups which all applications use; the most important one is the "System" Soup, which stores global information for applications, commonly application preferences.
Soup is a primarily liquid food, generally served warm (but may be cool or cold), that is made by combining ingredients such as meat and vegetables with stock, juice, water, or another liquid. Hot soups are additionally characterized by boiling solid ingredients in liquids in a pot until the flavors are extracted, forming a broth.
Traditionally, soups are classified into two main groups: clear soups and thick soups. The established French classifications of clear soups are bouillon and consommé. Thick soups are classified depending upon the type of thickening agent used: purées are vegetable soups thickened with starch; bisques are made from puréed shellfish or vegetables thickened with cream; cream soups may be thickened with béchamel sauce; and veloutés are thickened with eggs, butter, and cream. Other ingredients commonly used to thicken soups and broths include egg, rice, lentils, flour, and grains; many popular soups also include carrots and potatoes.
Soups are similar to stews, and in some cases there may not be a clear distinction between the two; however, soups generally have more liquid than stews.
Soup is a collaborative album by Bill Laswell, Yasuhiro Yoshigaki and Otomo Yoshihide. It was released on December 10, 2003 by P-Vine Records.
Usage examples of "soup".
Miss Robinson and the schoolmistress, he ate: julienne soup, baked and roast meats with suitable accompaniments, two pieces of a tart made of macaroons, butter-cream, chocolate, jam and marzipan, and lastly excellent cheese and pumpernickel.
Either natural, minced or fried, it is an appetizing addition to many sauces, soups, dressings and salads.
Her attenuated limbs could scarce bear their burden, and she would declare with a wan smile that the blood in her veins would not suffice for a little bird, and that she must have plenty of soup.
Prairie grabbed a kettle of institutional tomato soup, carried it on in, and for the next couple of hours she also schlepped racks of newly washed cups and dishes in and bused dirty dishes out, cleaned off tabletops, poured coffee, going from one set of chores to another as they arose, sensing partial vacuums and flowing there to fill them, unable to help noticing that people were taking seconds on the Spinach Casserole, and the baloney too.
The result was unexpected: the instrument was not affecting at all, but there was such a strong barometer taste to the soup that the head cook, who was a most conscientious person, changed its name in the bill of fare.
The dish was so greatly liked by all, that I ordered the cook to have barometer soup every day.
Gobei laughed in delight at his own pun on the words for soup stock made of dried bonito and the word for soldier.
While we were eating the soup the winning numbers from the lottery were brought in.
The servant brought in the soup, and then asked me very plainly to give her some money if I wanted any wine, as her master and mistress only drank beer.
With my body still suffering from hypothermia, I focus on slurping the hot soup, trying to warm my inners while fighting occasional urges to cry.
Freshly formed nest dissolved in hot water makes dishes as much to the taste of Martialists as the famous bird-nest soup to that of the Chinese.
When he had forced them to stop and she had made him the soup as an act of submission, giving him such a hard-on he had been forced to masturbate virtually in front of her.
He adored guacamole, chile relleno, barbacoa, menudo, albondigas soup and tequila with anything.
Four loads of various analyses, spectral, elemental, et-ceteral, mineral samples, and then there is that soup or metaplasm or whatever that rotten stuff from Beta Arcturi was called.
As her stock of ministrative compounds ran low, she turned her face to a nipple, inserted her tongue for identification by the nanomachines, and was restocked on the spot with compounds instantly manufactured from the elemental soup piped behind the wall.