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Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
jam/paint/yoghurt etc pot
▪ The children soon got the idea and sorted things of similar size and shape, e.g. egg boxes and yoghurt pots.
Yoghurt Muesli is a unique product with a crisp bite aimed at the many consumers who eat yoghurt with muesli.
▪ Dairy Whole milk and cream, full-fat yoghurt.
▪ Here she reported on his involvement in the newly formed dairy co-operative and of the development of his on-farm yoghurt production process.
▪ I pulled on my shorts, sank half a pint of yoghurt, and grabbed my crippled Excalibur.
▪ Immediately before serving, fill with fruit and top with cream mixed with yoghurt and the gingers.
▪ Live yoghurt applied vaginally can often bring considerable relief from the itching, so long as you can contain the mess!
▪ Stir in the yoghurt and honey together in a bowl until they are thoroughly combined.
▪ Take off the heat and whisk in the yoghurt and the egg yolk.

n. (alternative spelling of yogurt English)


n. a custard-like food made from curdled milk [syn: yogurt, yoghourt]

Usage examples of "yoghurt".

Enderby went out, past the girl and women typists, and took the stairs down to the greenroom, where he gave himself lunch from the vending machine -- yoghurt with boysenberries and coffee that went on wasting itself on the sugar-encrusted grill beneath.

I was getting used to, Italian focaccia bread and pate and a mad-sounding French cheese called Terroir, peaches and bananas and Greek yoghurt.

They looked at Wexford, Howard doubtly, Denise as if she considered that anyone fit enough to reject yoghurt in favour of bacon and eggs was quite capable of driving a car through the London rush hours.

He had opened jars of gherkins, chopped a cucumber and made a little bowl of dip out of various yoghurts he found in the fridge.

I had half a day-old loaf, a little butter, some yoghurt, a tin of beans, a packet of sliced ham, an almost-empty jar of peanut butter, some breakfast cereal but no milk.

Probably because I live in Los Angeles where their idea of cultureis frozen yoghurt.

He selected a Frozen Yoghurt store as the emptiest along the row, and sauntered in.

Newspapers, a coat, some kicked-off boots, coffee cups, an empty yoghurt carton in a fruit bowl, with spoon, some dying daffodils, a typewriter with its cover off, some scrunched-up pages that had missed the waste-paper basket.