Examples of pickled in a Sentence
He got pickled at the office party.
I must have been rather pickled when I agreed to your stupid scheme.
Recent Examples of pickled from the Web
Where to begin, when the options are salted maple, blueberry-basil, raspberry with pickled rhubarb, and chocolate?
Store your spicy pickled onions in an airtight container up to 2 weeks in the refrigerator.
Even the cabbage showcases bits of pickled pig’s skin.
Still, the new Strings will offer most of the brand's signature menu items and a few dishes exclusive to the Belmont Avenue location, including several varieties of sunomono (pickled salad, with and without proteins) and guydon (beef bowl).
One chef even used a pickled piece as a cocktail garnish.
Spice A little spice is always welcome: raw jalapeños, pickled jalapeños, roasted chiles of any kind, sport peppers (ask someone from Chicago), even horseradish.
The house cheeseburger ($11) was a resounding success, featuring a juicy beef patty with lettuce, cheese and pickled onions.
Women’s: Embroidered washed-silk shirt ($710); cropped silk pants ($425) hung on pickled-wood shelves.
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First Known Use of pickled
PICKLED Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of pickled for English Language Learners
: preserved with salt water or vinegar
: very drunk or intoxicated
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