Definition of marmalade
: a clear sweetened jelly in which pieces of fruit and fruit rind are suspended
Examples of marmalade in a Sentence
a jar of orange marmalade
Recent Examples of marmalade from the Web
It's made with Anders beef, caramelized onion-bacon marmalade, arugula, gruyere cheese blend, bay bread sesame bun, and served with fries and garlic aioli.
Brunch is served both Saturday and Sunday, featuring the bacon-marmalade biscuits with chile-sausage gravy ($8) or with fried chicken and habanero honey ($12), or adding soppressata and bacon marmalade ($15).
A statue of Paddington Bear in central London has become a shrine to the late children's author Michael Bond, with fans leaving flowers and jars of marmalade.
In 2009, Paddington switched back to marmalade, the Telegraph reported.
The appropriately titled Anniversary will feature elements from a duo of Eastern Market food vendors — 10-year-aged artisanal cheddar from DeVries & Co. and a red onion marmalade from Beau Bien Fine Foods on onion bread.
This picks up a thread that’s on view in the opening scene: Anne and her husband in a luxurious hotel suite, eating croissants and marmalade, complaining that the coffee is cold.
An onion marmalade crusted the top of the mousse, giving it some sweetness.
Calling out government for curtailing expression is the civil-rights group’s bread and butter, which in terms of payoffs can look like croissants and marmalade.
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Origin and Etymology of marmalade
MARMALADE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of marmalade for English Language Learners
: a sweet jelly that contains pieces of fruit
MARMALADE Defined for Kids
Definition of marmalade for Students
: a jam containing pieces of fruit and fruit rind orange marmalade
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