Definition of guacamole
: pureed or mashed avocado seasoned with condiments
Recent Examples of guacamole from the Web
A guacamole trio posed some distinct choices, the chunky regular, a house-favorite of bacon and blue cheese (two thumbs way up for the counterpoints) and a seafood with bits of lobster and roe.
What’s wrong with a baguette and an assortment of spreads like walnut-ty carrot muhammara, beet labneh or pea guacamole?
Chipotle: Salad Bowl Khloé's order includes romaine lettuce, black beans, fajita vegetables, fresh tomato salsa, and guacamole.
Spanish, Punjabi and even Italian could be heard as extras gathered around the Kraft services table to munch on chips and guacamole.
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Origin and Etymology of guacamole
Mexican Spanish, from Nahuatl āhuacamōlli, from āhuacatl avocado + mōlli sauce
First Known Use: 1920
GUACAMOLE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of guacamole for English Language Learners
: a Mexican food made of mashed avocado usually mixed with chopped tomatoes and onion
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