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1. guacamole

noun. ['ˌgwɑːkəˈmoʊli'] a dip made of mashed avocado mixed with chopped onions and other seasonings.

Antonyms

  • raise

Etymology

  • guacamole (Spanish)
  • ahuacamolli (Classical Nahuatl)

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Rhymes with Guacamole

  • albendazole
  • petricioli
  • buttacavoli
  • stromboli
  • romagnoli
  • capozzoli
  • trimboli
  • spagnoli
  • sinopoli
  • licavoli
  • fargnoli
  • andreoli
  • rispoli
  • ravioli
  • pedroli
  • meserole
  • mattioli
  • mascioli
  • grigoli
  • dercole
  • dascoli
  • consoli
  • cerasoli
  • campoli
  • bartoli
  • anatoly
  • anatoli
  • zeroli
  • unholy
  • rizzoli

How do you pronounce guacamole?

Pronounce guacamole as gˌwɑkəˈmoʊli.

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Sentences with guacamole


1. Adjective
I am still thinking about that guacamole dip you made -- where did you find the recipe?"

2. Noun, singular or mass
These blemishes can either be removed or are unnoticeable if the avocado is being mashed for guacamole.

Quotes about guacamole


1. I make love like my afternoon shadow is long. I'll bring the foreplay, if you bring the guacamole. (Yes, I know there is a 99-cent upcharge.)
- Jarod Kintz, This Book is Not FOR SALE

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