Examples of nib in a Sentence
a finch cracking seeds in its nib
make sure the nib has been sharpened before you try to cut anything
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This beer was born in a Cotswold garage, with brewery founder Todd Ford making several test batches to find the right balance of toasted coconut and cocoa nibs to complement the flavorful richness of the base porter.
And don’t leave without ordering a juice or smoothie (the Green Beret, with leafy greens, blueberry, banana, mango, raw cacao nibs, hemp protein, and unsweetened almond milk, is a knockout).
Cocoa nibs add the perfect crunch to pillowy rabbit meatballs with English peas.
After the grapes complete fermentation, the wine is fortified with distilled grape spirits, and organic cocoa nibs are steeped in it to give a hint of natural chocolate flavor.
The Australia dates will be Dec. 2 at nib Stadium in Perth; Dec. 5 at AAMI Park in Melbourne; Dec. 9 at Suncorp Stadium in Brisbane; and Dec. 11 at Qudos Bank Arena in Sydney.
That's thanks in part to the fact that the stylus's nib actually grinds against the screen and wears away over time in order to give (or as a byproduct of) real, glorious friction.
The ale is made with cocoa nibs and coffee beans, with the cocoa-chocolate malt flavors expertly balanced with the coffee roast character.
Who else could make sense of cocoa nibs paired with grilled prawns and chipotle mole, served over grits?
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Origin and Etymology of nib
First Known Use: 1583See Words from the same year
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Definition of nib for English Language Learners
: the pointed metal tip of a pen
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