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Word of the Day – Garnish

How to Pronounce garnish
How to Pronounce garnish

Garnish – g aa n ih sh

To decorate

Can you garnish the salad with those oranges?

Definition verb (used with object)

to provide or supply with something ornamental; adorn; decorate

to provide (a food) with something that adds flavour, decorative colour,

1. to attach (as money due or property belonging to a debtor) by garnishment; garnisheeto summon in, so as to take part in litigation already pending between others.


something placed around or on a food or in a beverage to add flavour, decorative color, etc.

adornment or decoration.

Chiefly British. a fee formerly demanded of a new convict or worker by the warden, boss, or fellow prisoners or workers.

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Synonyms for garnish

embellish, ornament, beautify, trim, bedeck, bedizen, set off, enhance.

Entries near garnish

garnetiferous, garnet paper, garnett, garni, garnierite, garnish, garnishee, garnishment, garniture, Garonne, garote

First known usage

1300–50; Middle English garnishen, from Old French garniss- (extended stem of garnir, guarnir “to furnish,” from Germanic ); cf. warn

Word of the Day – Garnish
Word of the Day – Garnish

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