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Verb
/ˈpepər/,
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peppers, plural;
  1. Sprinkle or season (food) with pepper
    • - peppered beef
  2. Cover or fill with a liberal amount of scattered items
    • - the script is peppered with four-letter words
  3. Hit repeatedly with small missiles or gunshot
    • - another burst of enemy bullets peppered his defenseless body
    • - he peppered me with questions
  4. Inflict severe punishment or suffering upon

Noun
  1. A pungent, hot-tasting powder prepared from dried and ground peppercorns, commonly used as a spice or condiment to flavor food

  2. A reddish and typically hot-tasting spice prepared from various forms of capsicum

  3. A capsicum, esp. a sweet pepper

  4. A climbing vine with berries that are dried as black or white peppercorns

  5. Used in names of other plants that are related to this, have hot-tasting leaves, or have fruits used as a pungent spice, e.g., water pepper

  6. A practice game in which fielders throw at close range to a batter who hits back to the fielders


  1. add pepper to; "pepper the soup"
  2. climber having dark red berries (peppercorns) when fully ripe; southern India and Sri Lanka; naturalized in northern Burma and Assam
  3. capsicum: any of various tropical plants of the genus Capsicum bearing peppers
  4. attack and bombard with or as if with missiles; "pelt the speaker with questions"
  5. pungent seasoning from the berry of the common pepper plant of East India; use whole or ground
  6. Pepper is a rock band originally from Kailua-Kona, Hawaii. They play a mix of reggae, dub and rock.
  7. Pepper is both a common batting and fielding exercise and a competitive game in baseball, where one player hits brisk ground balls to a group of fielders who are standing close by.
  8. Bid Euchre, is the name given to a group of card games played in North America on the popular game Euchre. It introduces an element of bidding in which the trump suit is decided by which player can bid to take the most tricks. ...
  9. "Pepper" is a song by American alternative rock band Butthole Surfers. It appeared on their 1996 album Electriclarryland, and reached number one on Billboard's Modern Rock Tracks chart. It attained number 4 in Triple J's Hottest 100 of 1996.
  10. In volleyball, pepper, usually used as a verb, is a very popular warm-up drill, generally involving two players. Variations with more players exist.
  11. (The peppers) Red Hot Chili Peppers is an American rock band formed in Los Angeles in 1983. The band's current line-up is Anthony Kiedis (vocals), Michael "Flea" Balzary (bass), Chad Smith (drums), and Josh Klinghoffer (guitar). ...
  12. A plant of the family Piperaceae; A spice prepared from the fermented, dried, unripe red berries of this plant; A fruit of the capsicum: red, green, yellow or white, hollow and containing seeds, and in very spicy and mild varieties; A game used by baseball players to warm up where fielders ...
  13. (peppered) Seasoned with pepper; Speckled
  14. (Peppering) A plicata patterning that looks as if you shook a pepper shaker of contrasting color over an iris with a yellow or white background color.
  15. (Peppering) Tiny black specks in the glaze, normally white or light colored glazes.
  16. (peppering) another term for mottle spots.  Peppering spots are normally small and more numerous than mottle spots.  See toning.
  17. (Peppers) They fall into two categories, hot peppers and sweet peppers. Hot peppers are used as a spice (chopped or ground) for cooking, and sweet peppers are used as a vegetable and in salads. ...
  18. (Peppers) Pieces obtained from the processing of peppers for human consumption. A source of fiber.
  19. To dream of pepper burning your tongue, foretells that you will suffer from your acquaintances through your love of gossip. To see red pepper growing, foretells for you a thrifty and an independent partner in the marriage state. ...
  20. Word used to describe French/Francophone Canadians
  21. warm-up drill in which two players pass, set, and hit the ball back and forth.
  22. Pepper is the most popular spice in the world. It is sold in both black and white varieties and for the most part is imported from India, Indonesia, and Borneo. It is sold in whole or ground varieties, and is used in almost every dish imaginable.
  23. pimiento (Spain), ají (Argentina, Uruguay, Peru), pimentón (South America), chile (Mexico)Variants in Spanish Food Vocabulary
  24. both black and white, Chanthaburi’s major economic crop .
  25. Used to describe several breeds, this color is a lowly saturated, medium brilliant black. When coupled with Salt, it describes the alternating black and white hairs of the Schnauzer breeds. Also referred to as Peppering. Color definitions may vary by breed. ...