Noun(1) flesh of a pigeon suitable for roasting or braising; flesh of a dove (young squab(2) a soft padded sofa(3) an unfledged pigeon
Adjective(1) short and fat
(1) His eyes were large, his figure short and squab .(2) Pixie's squab with roast vegetables and rosti was outstanding: pigeon is difficult to cook right, but her squab was done to perfection.(3) Award-winning chef Eyck Zimmer serves up modern European cuisine, with delicious dishes such as roast squab or crayfish risotto.(4) Spoon some of the diced squab and pigeon breast meat into six soup bowls.(5) Remove from the heat and transfer the squab to the prepared roasting rack.(6) It offers dozens of tapas-style selections, from clams stuffed with fresh garlic and a mackerel tart with Parmesan and olives to squab stuffed with foÔö£┬½e gras and cabbage.(7) They taught me to raise pigeon squabs in the barns and farm and I hunted rabbit.(8) Did you know, baby doves are actually called squabs , which is a horrible word.(9) When they discovered that all the local homing pigeons were booked up, they bought 80 squabs from a poultry market in Newark, N.J.(10) Young squabs stretched their legs and body and flapped their wings vigorously.
(1) squab :: squab
1. squabby ::
2. dove ::
Different Formssquab, squabs
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