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Gravy

Gravy

Origin: oe. Greavie; prob. Fr. Greaves, graves, the sediment of melted tallow. See Greaves.

1. The juice or other liquid matter that drips from flesh in cooking, made into a dressing for the food when served up.

2. Liquid dressing for meat, fish, vegetables, etc.


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