Examples of rice in a Sentence
Rice is the main crop of the country.
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For smaller gadgets, like MP3 players or phones, survival odds can be improved with submersion in a bowl of uncooked rice or silica gel packets—items that will soak up water.
Boonsong Teriyapirom, a former commerce minister in Yingluck’s administration, was sentenced to 42 years in prison for helping secure a fraudulent rice contract.
So that’s what the restaurant is serving, atop a bed of gallo pinto (red beans and rice) with a side of sweet maduros.
Tiny leaves of just-snipped mugwort balance the brooding force of black rice and baby turnips.
On the Dallas menu, the lobster-tail fajitas tie with the lobster rice with scallops for most expensive dish, at $29; the least expensive entree (not counting taco plates) is enchiladas verdes de pollo at $14.
Before an event Howe avoids the stereotypical pasta carbo-load, instead eating salmon or steak over white rice, with avocado and a side of sweet potatoes.
There's a lot going on with the baklava, accompanied by black-sesame ice cream and sprinkled with sesame and perilla seeds, and wild rice; green-tea anglaise sits beneath the baklava, and honey, interrupted by dots of lemon curd, surrounds it.
There are many different kinds of grains, including wheat, barley, brown rice, buckwheat, rye, oats, etc.
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First Known Use: 13th centurySee Words from the same year
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