Examples of mustard in a Sentence
Would you like some mustard on your hot dog?
Recent Examples of mustard from the Web
When the regiment ships out to France, Stubby proves to be much more than that, sniffing out wounded soldiers in the field and warning American troops and French villagers of an impending mustard-gas attack.
Via Omnisport, last season the Washington Redskins refused to wear the all mustard yellow uniforms chosen for them.
For example, one night’s omnivoral option was a pork chop with a mustard-cornichon sauce over handmade spaetzle with a ginger-carrot puree.
Jeremy Ford creates dishes with contrast at Stubborn Seed, such as this celery root, tempuraed to create a crispy contrast with a pool of creamy mustard.
The palette ranges from ivory, pale gray, and black to modern neutrals like ginger (a mustard-y yellow) and clay, with more to come.
In a small bowl, combine salad dressing and mustard.
The crusty cake has no filler, just luscious lump crab meat and a mustard tang in the seasoning.
Instead of something sweet in a chocolate egg, use mustard or other condiments.
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Origin and Etymology of mustard
First Known Use: 13th centurySee Words from the same year
MUSTARD Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of mustard for English Language Learners
: a thick and spicy yellow or brownish-yellow sauce that is usually eaten with meat
: a plant with yellow flowers, leaves that can be used for food, and seeds that are used in making mustard
: a brownish-yellow color
MUSTARD Defined for Kids
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