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Definition of "horse-radish" [horse•-rad•ish]

  • Alternative spelling of horseradish. (noun) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "horse-radish" in a sentence
  • "I will give you one now, as this is the proper season for horse-radish: Half fill a bottle with scraped horse radish; add a little pepper to your liking, and, if you choose, a very little garlick; fill up the bottle with the best vinegar, let it stand ten days, shaking it every day, and strain it."
  • "To pickle Nasturtium-Buds: — Gather your little knobs quickly after your blossoms are off; put them in cold water and salt for three days, shifting them once a day; then make a pickle (but do not boil it at all) of some white-wine, some white-wine vinegar, eschalot, horse-radish, pepper, salt, cloves, and mace whole, and nutmeg quartered; then put in your seeds and stop them close; they are to be eaten as capers."
  • "“Madam, may I help you to a little gravy, or a little horse-radish?” or what not?"