steamed

adjective
\ ˈstēmd How to pronounce steamed (audio) \

Definition of steamed

1 : cooked by steam
2 : angry sense 1 often used with up

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Soom also makes appearances in menu specials, like steamed eggplant at Bing Bing and in other dumpling dipping sauces. Grace Dickinson, Philly.com, "Meet the Philly women looking to take tahini beyond hummus," 17 Apr. 2018 She’d first offered recommendations that focused on the Eurocentric foods nutrition experts often call upon when talking about eating habits, such as steamed veggies and salads. Nazima Qureshi, SELF, "3 Ways I Make Nutrition Advice More Culturally Relevant to Muslim Women Like Myself," 3 Apr. 2019 In their second Slow Food contribution, fillets of steamed hake rest in a fragrant broth along with plump peas and steamed cockles. Kitty Greenwald, WSJ, "This Recipe Delivers an Early Taste of Spring," 8 Mar. 2019 In Kerala, pulissery is usually served with steamed rice cakes called idli or fresh rice. Max Falkowitz, WSJ, "Flake News: Fresh Coconut Is Delicious," 23 Nov. 2018 Join the queue for Zhen Zhen Fish Porridge or pick from a host of flavorful curries to eat with steamed white rice at Zhong Guo Jie Hainanese Curry Rice. Annette Tan, Condé Nast Traveler, "6 Best Hawker Centers in Singapore," 4 Mar. 2018 The menu starts off with steamed lobster tails with New England clam chowder sauce followed by hickory grilled bison with red potato horseradish cake and wild huckleberry reduction. House Beautiful, "The Inaugural Ceremony: What to Expect from the Luncheon," 17 Jan. 2013 Things start off simply enough, and even novices will have a fine time working together to chop up raw sushi and mix it with steamed pots of rice. Kyle Orland, Ars Technica, "Overcooked 2 puts some icing on the original’s delicious co-op cake," 7 Aug. 2018 But goals from Marco Reus early in the first half and Kroos in stoppage time left Andersson steamed and searching for answers. Tom Schad, USA TODAY, "Why Sweden's coach flipped out after World Cup loss to Germany," 23 June 2018

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First Known Use of steamed

1802, in the meaning defined at sense 1

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steamed

adjective

English Language Learners Definition of steamed

chiefly US, informal : angry or irritated

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