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mus·tard

 (mŭs′tərd)
n.
1.
a. Any of various Eurasian plants of the mustard family, especially white mustard, Indian mustard, and black mustard, which are cultivated for their pungent seeds and edible leaves.
b. A condiment made from the powdered seeds of certain of these plants.
2. A member of the mustard family.
3. A dark yellow to light olive brown.
4. Any of a group of toxic organic compounds that include mustard gas and the nitrogen mustards.

[Middle English, from Old French mustarde, from Latin mustum, must, unfermented wine; see must3.]

mus′tard·y adj.

mustardy

(ˈmʌstədɪ)
adj
1. (Cookery) flavoured with mustard
2. (Cookery) resembling mustard in flavour or colour
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I shy away from thickeners in canning, so I opted to increase the mustard and lower the sugar to give this pickle brine a creamy consistency and strong mustardy backbone.
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