“pickle” is an embracive term for any kind of food preserved in brine or vinegar
Recent Examples on the WebThe idea of beauty can be embracive and still leave difference intact.
New York Times, 6 Jan. 2022 European host countries know that Turkish officials’ embracive approach toward their expatriates resonate well with members of the Turkish diasporic community because of Turks’ feelings of isolation and marginalization in their host countries.
Ayca Arkilic, Washington Post, 26 Mar. 2018
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