Swiss cheese


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Swiss cheese

n.
A firm, pale yellow, cow's milk cheese with large holes and a nutty flavor.

Swiss cheese

n
(Cookery) a hard white or pale yellow cheese with holes, such as Gruyère or Emmenthal

Swiss′ cheese′


n.
a firm, pale yellow cheese typically made from cow's milk and having many holes.
[1815–25]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.Swiss cheese - hard pale yellow cheese with many holes from SwitzerlandSwiss cheese - hard pale yellow cheese with many holes from Switzerland
cheese - a solid food prepared from the pressed curd of milk
Emmental, Emmentaler, Emmenthal, Emmenthaler - Swiss cheese with large holes
Gruyere - Swiss cheese with small holes
sapsago - a hard green Swiss cheese made with skim-milk curd and flavored with clover
References in classic literature ?
But let us suppose that cavities exist in this otherwise universal medium, as caverns exist in the earth, or cells in a Swiss cheese.
On earth I was a manufacturer of Imported Holes for American Swiss Cheese, and I will acknowledge that I supplied a superior article, which was in great demand.
A hunk of Swiss cheese accurately thrown by her husband struck Mrs.
She spread an amazing array of ham and chicken sandwiches, crab salad, hard-boiled eggs, pickled pigs' feet, ripe olives and dill pickles, Swiss cheese, salted almonds, oranges and bananas, and several pint bottles of beer.
plant MONSTERA DELICIOSA: THE SWISS CHEESE PLANT THE Swiss cheese plant, Monstera deliciosa, is an incredible statement piece for any room with its large, "holey" leaves and tropical feel.
A highlight of the exhibition is Lichtenstein's "Collage for Three Swiss Cheese Doors," an impressive and memorable work.
There is something really special about the combination of a juicy burger paired with sweet and nutty Swiss cheese and savory, sauteed mushrooms," said Mark Rosati, Shake Shack's culinary director.
L'entrecote Corner Bar and Bistro offers Original Swiss Cheese Fondue, a blend of cheese, wine and seasoning in a caquelon or fondue pot set over a tabletop burner.
It is not dangerous to now become Switzerland on the Balkans, but it is a danger that we are already the Swiss cheese on the Balkans as everyone comes and goes as they please, comments the author.
He says, "The explanation, as I said in my press release, has more holes then Swiss cheese, and the Swiss cheese is rotten.
There's no reason that your ceiling needs to look like Swiss cheese anymore.
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