Crossword clues for syrup
- French toast topper
- Cough medicine, often
- Coffeehouse additive
- Word with maple or corn
- Word with "cough" or "corn"
- What Hitchcock used as blood in "Psycho"
- Waffle's friend
- Waffle pour-on
- Waffle pairing
- Waffle filler
- Waffle cover
- Sundae stuff
- Sundae component
- Sundae additive
- Sticky stack stuff
- Stack topping
- Stack sweetener
- Stack overflow?
- Silver dollar topper
- Shaved ice ingredient
- Sappy sweet?
- Pancake's partner
- Pancake pour-on
- Pancake house freebie
- Pancake go-with
- Pancake complement
- Molasses, essentially
- Milk shake ingredient
- Maple sap, eventually
- Malted ingredient
- Liquid poured on pancakes
- It's put on top of a stack
- It's poured at breakfast
- It flows from some fountains
- IHOP freebie
- Hungry Jack stuff
- Gooey pancake topping
- Gooey breakfast condiment
- Gift of the maple
- Flavored sweetener, at Starbucks
- Flapjacks covering
- Flapjack topping
- Flapjack blanket
- Dessert bar option
- Contents of a diner dispenser that might get sticky
- Concentrated juice
- Breakfast topping
- Boiled sap
- Barista's flavoring
- "Walking Through ___" Ned's Atomic Dustbin
- Awfully ugly person hugging daughter: that’s very sweet
- Waffle topping that comes from maple trees
- Dessert sweetener
- Chocolate ___
- Corn ___
- Vermont product
- Pancake topper
- Egg cream ingredient
- Sundae topping
- Corn product
- Staple of IHOP booths
- Symbol of sentimentality
- Some cough medicine
- A thick sweet sticky liquid
- Thick, sweet liquid
- Ingredient of some pralines
- Sorghum product
- Waffles' covering
- Pancake additive
- Maple product
- Grenadine, for example
- Sweet stuff in second year concluded
- Sweet sticky liquid
- Sweet liquid
- Sugary liquid
- Sugar solution
- Son raised to protect younger one’s sweet but thick
- Take tea, perhaps, without your sweetener
- Sticky stuff
- Sappy stuff
- Table item
- Waffle topper
- Pancake topping
- IHOP offering
- Flapjack enhancer
- Aunt Jemima product
- Thick sweet liquid
- IHOP supply
- IHOP condiment
- Vermont offering
- Stack coating
- Flapjacks topper
- Flapjacks complement
- Word with cough or corn
- Topping for a stack
- Stack topper
- Silver dollar covering
- Pancake topping, maple ...
- Medicine category
- Maple ____
- Ice cream soda ingredient
Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
The Collaborative International Dictionary
Sirup \Sir"up\Syrup \Syr"up\, n. [F. sirop (cf. It. siroppo, Sp. jarabe, jarope, LL. siruppus, syrupus), fr. Ar. shar[=a]b a drink, wine, coffee, sirup. Cf. Sherbet.]
A thick and viscid liquid made from the juice of fruits, herbs, etc., boiled with sugar.
A thick and viscid saccharine solution of superior quality (as sugarhouse sirup or molasses, maple sirup); specifically, in pharmacy and often in cookery, a saturated solution of sugar and water (simple sirup), or such a solution flavored or medicated.
Lucent sirups tinct with cinnamon.
Mixing sirup. See the Note under Dextrose.
Syrup \Syr"up\, n., Syrupy \Syr"up*y\, a. [See Sirup.] Same as Sirup, Sirupy.
Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
late 14c., "thick, sweet liquid," from Old French sirop "sugared drink" (13c.), and perhaps from Italian siroppo, both from Arabic sharab "beverage, wine," literally "something drunk," from verb shariba "he drank" (compare sherbet). Spanish jarabe, jarope, Old Provençal eissarop are from Arabic; Italian sciroppo is via Medieval Latin sirupus. In English, formerly also sirup, sirop.
n. 1 Any thick liquid that is added to or poured over food as a flavouring and has a high sugar content. Also any viscous liquid. 2 (''Cockney rhyming slang''; ''shortened from'' '''syrup of figs''') A wig.
n. a thick sweet sticky liquid [syn: sirup]
In cooking, a syrup or sirup (from ; sharāb, beverage, wine, via ) is a condiment that is a thick, viscous liquid consisting primarily of a solution of sugar in water, containing a large amount of dissolved sugars but showing little tendency to deposit crystals. Its consistency is similar to that of molasses. The viscosity arises from the multiple hydrogen bonds between the dissolved sugar, which has many hydroxyl (OH) groups, and the water.
Syrups can be made by dissolving sugar in water or by reducing naturally sweet juices such as cane juice, sorghum juice, or maple sap. Corn syrup is made from corn starch using an enzymatic process that converts it to sugars.
Syrup is a novel written by Max Barry under the pseudonym Maxx Barry, which satirizes consumerism and marketing techniques. It is Barry's debut novel, published in 1999, and adapted into a movie in 2013.
Syrup is a thick, viscous liquid, containing a large amount of dissolved sugars, but showing little tendency to deposit crystals.
Syrup may also refer to:
- Friedrich Syrup (1881-1945), German jurist and politician
- Syrup (drug), slang for Purple drank, a recreational drug
Syrup (novel), a satirical novel by Max Barry
- Syrup (2013 film), a film based on the novel by Barry
- Syrup, London slang for a wig as used in Only Fools and Horses
- Cough medicine, also known as cough syrup
- Sirup (film), a Danish 1990 drama film
Syrup is a 2013 American drama film based on the novel of the same name by Max Barry. Its Video on Demand release date was May 1, 2013, and its US theater release date was June 7, 2013.
Usage examples of "syrup".
Now, as sugar does not in the least excite Drosera, we may safely attribute the reflexion of the blades and tentacles of the above leaves to exosmose from the cells which were in contact with the syrup, and their consequent contraction.
His words came in sudden soft blobs, like the abrupt glugs of pouring syrup.
I turned around to hit Maple and Syrup, Nottingham picked up the broken chair and smashed it down on the back of my head so that it was dicky-birds and bursting stars as I joined Hori Hura on the floor.
Suddenly, it is as if I am back at the gaol in Kororareka with Maple and Syrup holding my arms and Hori Hura threatening me.
Set on stones were elven winter rations and fresh game: oat cakes with salt and maple syrup, dried herring, hunks of deer and bear and bison, even barrels of ale and a trough of spring water.
I had to admit, going to Destination Unknown with Ramirez still sounded better than sitting in my studio alone, waiting for Greenway to jump out and spill my Karo syrup.
A shattered bottle of Karo syrup rested in sticky glory in the middle of the cocoa.
I had to coax them to eat through an eyedropper with a mixture of canned milk and Karo syrup.
Back in the old days, when sticky murder plots still leaked out through my fingers as easily as a slender thread of spun-glass Karo Syrup flows out of its crystal clear bottle, I could have told him how to do it.
After the first few attacks, they had decided it was politically incorrect to use the real stuff and they had switched to Karo syrup with red dye in it.
Oatmeal Cookies, Karo Syrup Easy Caramel Popcorn, or any of the five pecan pies on various other packages.
Richard brought them their coffee and kirsch, and Condy showed Blix how to burn a lump of sugar and sweeten the coffee with syrup.
About him were golden limes, ginger in syrup, litchi nuts, pickled leeches.
Here was another of the larger Meks, and now Xanten saw it to be without a syrup sac, a Mek in the original state.
From his own bartending days he remembered the ingredients-herbsaint, white of an egg, cream, orgeat syrup, and a dash of anisette.