caviar

Part of speech: noun

The salted roe of the sturgeon.

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Usage examples "caviar":

  1. The waiter brought sardines and caviar, and left the room. - "Bertha Garlan", Arthur Schnitzler.
  2. The first morning they found caviar by the pound nestled in bowls of ice, as part of breakfast. - "Combat", Dallas McCord Reynolds.
  3. We all of us like bread and butter, and we eat it every day and get good, solid nourishment from it; but only the educated palate can appreciate the refinements of caviar, or Gorgonzola cheese, or some rare and special vintage. - "American Men of Mind", Burton E. Stevenson.