orange peel


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orange peel

n
1. the thick pitted rind of an orange
2. anything resembling this in surface texture, such as skin or porcelain
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.orange peel - the rind of an orangeorange peel - the rind of an orange    
peel, skin - the rind of a fruit or vegetable
orange - round yellow to orange fruit of any of several citrus trees
orange zest - tiny bits of orange peel
2.orange peel - strips of orange peel cooked in sugar and coated with sugar
candied citrus peel - strips of citrus peel cooked in a sugar syrup
References in classic literature ?
So I used to come out at night after they'd gone to bed, and feel about in the dark for bits of biscuit, or sangwitches that you'd left in the office, or even pieces of orange peel to put into cold water and make believe it was wine.
Now the only thing they drank was "horse's neck"--a long, soft, cool drink with an apple peel or an orange peel floating in it.
I well remember one morning, as we were on the stand waiting for a fare, that a young man, carrying a heavy portmanteau, trod on a piece of orange peel which lay on the pavement, and fell down with great force.
Pickwick took another, just to see whether there was any orange peel in the punch, because orange peel always disagreed with him; and finding that there was not, Mr.
"We are breathing an atmosphere hot with gas, and fragrant with orange peel. We are squashed in amongst a crowd of people of a class whom I fancy that neither you nor I know much about.
Suppose a man stepped on an orange peel in that yard; there would be nothing for him to seize; nothing could keep him from rolling; five revolutions would bring him to the edge, and over he would go.
When a man falls from a precipice or slips on a piece of orange peel, his body behaves as if it were devoid of life.
It was like slipping on a bit of orange peel in the dark and breaking your leg.
Walkers have respectfully been asked to stop leaving banana skins and orange peel on our mountains, which can take years to decompose in cold temperatures and at altitude.
Discard the bay leaves and orange peel if you like.
It showcases eight botanicals, including sweet orange peel, geranium, coriander and lemon peel which combine to make an interesting gin.
Garnish with dehydrated lemon or orange peel. *For Thai Tea simple syrup 25 g.