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  • He turned away and took out his pocket-book -- not over well garnished. Cited from Don Orsino, by F. Marion Crawford
  • If you gave him the moon, he would want the stars for a garnish. Cited from If I Were King, by Justin Huntly McCarthy
  • Sometimes, for the effect of color, additional garnish of some kind is used. Cited from Woman's Institute Library of Cookery, Vol. 4
  • Garnish the base well with leaves or small fruit of any kind. Cited from The International Jewish Cook Book, by Florence Kreisler Greenbaum
  • They are of a rich green color, and are sometimes employed for garnishing. Cited from The Field and Garden Vegetables of America, by Fearing Burr
  • She would surprise him on his return by opening the door to him upon a house swept and garnished. Cited from Ridgway of Montana, by William MacLeod Raine
  • Upon our prison we build; our prison we garnish with gold and make it glorious. Cited from Dialogue of Comfort Against Tribulation, by Thomas More
  • Its striking colour has led to it being used as a garnish on occasion, however.
  • Wine and woman and song, Three things garnish our way: Yet is day over long. Cited from The Poems And Prose Of Ernest Dowson,Ernest Dowson
  • Some also include separate packets of oil and garnishes used to season the product.
  • It was therefore quite necessary that their floating home should be well swept and garnished. Cited from Madge Morton, Captain of the Merry Maid, by Amy D. V. Chalmers
  • In fact, when they are placed on a bed of green garnish, nothing can be more delightful. Cited from Woman's Institute Library of Cookery, Vol. 4
  • Instead of burning the barn, they did all they could to garnish it. Cited from The Promised Land, by Mary Antin
  • It is only an ignorant person who garnishes his conversation with these titles. Cited from Manners and Social Usages, Mrs. J.M.E.W. Sherwood
  • The village, a collection of fifty houses, when all is told, is swept and garnished. Cited from April's Lady, by Margaret Wolfe Hungerford
  • The film garnished several national and international festival awards.
  • Except as garnishes, herbs are probably more frequently used in a dry state than in all other ways put together. Cited from Culinary Herbs: Cultivation, Harvesting, Curing and Uses, by M. G. Kains
  • In the foreign papers they were garnished out of all recognition. Cited from Jean-Christophe Journey's End, by Romain Rolland
  • The morning dawned still and clear, and garnished and set in order as though such things had never been. Cited from The Mountains, by Stewart Edward White
  • From what distant land had they travelled together to reach this holiday-garnished city in the hills? Cited from Truxton King, by George Barr McCutcheon
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Meaning of garnish

  • noun Something (such as parsley) added to a dish for flavor or decoration
  • noun Any decoration added as a trimming or adornment