coffee grounds

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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend: grounds - the dregs remaining after brewing coffee
plural, plural form - the form of a word that is used to denote more than one
grounds - dregs consisting of solid particles (especially of coffee) that form a residue; "it is a Middle Eastern custom to read your future in your coffee grounds"
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Aunt Jane helped clear the table and put away the food, while Miranda entertained in the parlor; but Rebecca and the infant Burches washed the dishes and held high carnival in the kitchen, doing only trifling damage--breaking a cup and plate that had been cracked before, emptying a silver spoon with some dishwater out of the back door (an act never permitted at the brick house), and putting coffee grounds in the sink.
The Coconut Treatment is a 90-minute experience that combines a body polish using a natural coconut blend with coffee grounds and olive oil to prepare the skin for the nourishment as well as a hydrating clay face mask using natural roses and an aromatherapy massage.
Their brand, Rens, uses material made out of coffee grounds and plastic waste that is suitable for footwear.
Mixing narcotic waste with cat litter and coffee grounds has become the norm in a lot of other countries.
The increase in coffee consumption has caused an increase in waste, with approximately 10 thousand tons of spent coffee grounds (SCG) produced every year in South Korea.
A Korean scientist has developed a new technology to produce bio-crude oil from used coffee grounds that can be put to commercial use in the near future, Korea Institute of Machinery and Materials (KIMM) said Wednesday.
It turns out that there is an element of allelopathy about the caffeine in coffee grounds too.
The YMCA in Newcastle runs an urban farm at its Walker base, with young people helping to grow oyster mushrooms on used coffee grounds.
From a container wafts the sweetly pungent odor of coffee grounds which, far from being discarded as waste, are being lucratively recycled to produce oyster mushrooms.
Coffee has anti-inflammatory properties, so a mixture of coffee grounds with a pinch of turmeric and olive oil will help to tackle those problematic outbreaks.
After dumping the coffee grounds into your compost, clean up the filter a bit, flatten it out, and lay it in the sun to dry out.
Copper Cow Coffee's single-use filter mimics the design of the traditional Vietnamese phin but comes pre-filled with coffee grounds, making it easier to carry and use while on the move.