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adobe a building material of clay mixed with straw that has been dried by the sun and made into bricks. [1/2 definitions]
brick a hard block of dried or baked clay used as a building material. [1/2 definitions]
cinnamon a spice made from the dried bark of a tropical Asian tree. [1/2 definitions]
clove1 the dried flower bud of an East Indian tree, used to flavor food or drink.
cocoa a powder made by grinding the dried seeds of the cacao tree and removing the fat. [1/3 definitions]
gourd the rounded fruit of a plant related to the squash. Certain kinds of gourds are dried and then used to make containers or decorations.
hay grass, clover, or alfalfa that is cut, dried, and stored for animal food. [1/2 definitions]
hominy a food made of kernels of dried corn that are ground and then cooked with water.
hop2 (plural) the dried flowers of this plant, used to make beer. [1/2 definitions]
jerky2 beef or deer meat that has been cut into long pieces and dried. Drying the meat preserves it so that it can be eaten at a later time.
lavender the dried flowers, leaves, and stems of this plant that are used for their scent. [1/3 definitions]
macaroni dried noodles made from flour and water, often shaped into curved, hollow tubes.
malted milk a drink made of milk and dried malt mixed with ice cream.
noodle1 a flat, narrow strip of dough that has been dried. Noodles are boiled in water to make them soft for eating.
paprika a red powder made from dried sweet red peppers. Paprika is used to add spice to food.
pasta a food made from flour, eggs, and water and dried in various forms, such as macaroni or spaghetti.
pepper a spice that comes from the dried berries of tropical vines in southeast Asia. [1/4 definitions]
prune1 a plum that has been dried.
raisin a sweet grape that has been dried for eating.
rubber1 a stretchy substance made from the dried sap or liquid from certain tropical plants. [1/4 definitions]
straw the dried stalks of plants such as oats, wheat, or rye that remain after the grain is removed. Straw is used for feeding animals, for weaving hats and baskets, or for packing. [1/3 definitions]