First Known Use of spud
Recent Examples of spud from the Web
To do so requires either a spud or an auger, a large drill powered by hand or by a small motor.
Simple to make and good for you as well, these vitamin packed spuds are perfect to include in your repertoire.
And one year after the project began, researchers saw spuds sprouting in the soil.
The steakhouse menu will have starters such as a lobster cocktail (think shrimp cocktail) with avocado and mango, prime beef carpaccio, Pacific oysters on the half shell and lobster-corn chowder with crispy Idaho spuds.
Cutting 1/8-inch slices almost all the way through a potato creates an accordion-looking spud.
The collision resulted in Mane crane kicking the number one straight in the chops, causing the Portuguese stopper to fall to the ground like a sack of spuds, in need of stitching on his face.
That's because both the power of the microwave and the thickness of the spud can vary.
Hey, you, the dude reading this story on your phone over a pile of french fries: Back slowly away from the crispy spuds.
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Origin and Etymology of spud
First Known Use: 1667See Words from the same year
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