caraway

Part of speech: noun

A European herb or its spicy fruit, the so called seeds.

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Usage examples "caraway":

  1. All the way from Duesseldorf to Wohlgebaum he played the Circuit of Gardens with nice clean Gravel on the Ground and Dill Pickles festooned among the Caraway Trees. - "Ade's Fables", George Ade.
  2. She lunched to- day on beer, Schweine- koteletten, and cabbage- salad with caraway seeds in it, and now I hear her through the open window, extemporising touching melodies in her charming, cooing voice. - "Elizabeth and her German Garden", "Elizabeth", AKA Marie Annette Beauchamp.
  3. Naturally I love her- she is so pretty that anybody with eyes in his head must love her- but too much of anything is bad, and next month the passages and offices are to be whitewashed, and people who have ever whitewashed their houses inside know what nice places they are to live in while it is being done; and there will be no dinner for Irais, and none of those succulent salads full of caraway seeds that she so devotedly loves. - "Elizabeth and her German Garden", "Elizabeth", AKA Marie Annette Beauchamp.