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n. (plural of spice English)

Usage examples of "spices".

Miss Katherine would pick bushels of peaches and preserve them in jars with cinnamon, cloves, nutmeg, and other spices which she kept secret.

Although the room smelled comfortingly familiar, of spices, of the burning wood fire, of the lemon oil the robots rubbed into the antiques, she felt cast adrift.

A sparely framed woman in a clean if faded livery looked around a cupboard door, a half-full jar of spices in her hand.

Herist is not sure how long it will be before the bushes will bear berries, but once they do we will be able to sell all manner of spices and make our fortunes.

He made his way quickly through the heat and steam, through the smells of spices and cooking.

It tasted just as it smelled, sweet and sharp together, the pork crisp on the outside and tender inside, a dozen different flavors, spices, all blending and contrasting.

Passengers had brought on board all manner of spices and sweetmeats, tinned sardines, octopus in wine sauce, legs of lamb preserved with garlic cloves.

So, after working at the plant and attending English class, Lefty was the one to pick up the lamb and vegetables, the spices and honey.

Even Cholayna succumbed to a dish of boiled whiteroot seasoned with cheese and pungent spices, with a great dish of four kinds of mushrooms and a side platter of stuffed vegetables.

Cloaks, they steal away, thinking of Oceanick Fish, African Game, hot Peppers, spices of the East.