Examples of rind in a Sentence
the rind of a watermelon
the rind of a cheese
Recent Examples of rind from the Web
First off, it's wrapped in a thick rind of ice, torn open into great chasms by Jupiter’s massive gravitational pull.
Creamed codfish is served in a cone and topped with orange rind shavings, like a fragrant, savory ice cream.
Follow these guidelines to ensure your dog can safely eat his food: Always remove dense skins or rinds from veggies and fruits that may be hard for your dog to chew.
Essence is created by heating at high temperatures the skin, rinds or broken down remnants of fruits or vegetables.
Think of a woodpecker’s skull and beak, the protective way a fish’s scales overlap, or the thick rind that keeps a falling fruit from breaking open.
Turn the insides of the rinds up and dust them with coconut cane sugar (very low on the glycemic index and full of vitamins and nutrients).
Since the market is saturated with pumpkin ales, many local breweries are thinking outside the orange rind in terms of flavors, said Hope Corry, general manager of The Foodery in Philadelphia.
Just remember to remove the rind of the brie cheese.
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RIND Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of rind for English Language Learners
: the tough, outer skin of some fruits that is usually removed before the fruit is eaten
: a tough, outer surface of some foods (such as certain cheeses)
RIND Defined for Kids
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