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bonbon a candy with a filling of fruit jam, nuts, or creamy sugar paste enclosed in a coating of chocolate or the like.
cacciatore cooked in a covered pot with olive oil, tomato paste, onions, wine, herbs, and other ingredients.
dry cell an electric cell in which the electrolyte is in a paste, treated with an absorbent, or otherwise protected against spilling.
electuary a drug mixed with honey, syrup, or the like to form a paste to be smeared on the teeth or gums of a sick animal.
fondant a soft creamy paste made of sugar, water, and cream of tartar, used in icing and candy. [2 definitions]
ink a fluid or paste, usu. in a visible color, that is used in writing or printing. [1/4 definitions]
layout a sketch or paste-up of printed text, photographs, and the like, as for a newspaper, magazine, or book, to determine the design of the page and the space requirements of its various sections. [1/4 definitions]
magma in pharmacology, a paste made of pulverized solids and liquid. [1/2 definitions]
marchpane almond paste; marzipan.
marzipan a confection made of almond paste, egg whites, and sugar, and often molded into decorative forms.
miso a salty soybean paste, used esp. in Japanese cuisine.
mustard a strong-flavored powder or paste made from the ground seeds of the mustard plant and used as a condiment or for medicinal purposes. [2/3 definitions]
mustard plaster a pungent medicinal paste made of powdered mustard and water that is spread on a cloth, steamed, and applied usu. to the chest to relieve congestion.
paste1 to cause to adhere by means of paste. [2/7 definitions]
pasteboard a stiff, thin material made of layers of paper pasted together, or of paper or wood pulp pressed together and solidified with paste; paperboard.
pasty1 similar to paste in texture or appearance; sticky; pale. [1/2 definitions]
pâté a paste or spread made of liver, meat, or the like.
pâté de foie gras a paste made from the livers of geese, often eaten spread on crackers or the like.
peanut butter a paste made by grinding roasted peanuts, used as a spread in sandwiches or the like or in cooking.
plaster a paste of sand, lime or gypsum, or the like, and water that hardens when it dries, used esp. to cover walls and ceilings. [2/4 definitions]
plaster of Paris any of several white gypsum powders that form a paste and harden quickly when added to water, and are used for making casts, molds, and sculpture.