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- Crab cake
noun a patty of chopped crab meat and various other ingredients such as breadcrumbs, milk, eggs, onions, and seasonings, which is fried or baked; also written crabcake Examples Crab cakes are usually served with some sort of sauce, usually a remoulade or tartar sauce, and sometimes ketchup. Word Origin 1929 Usage Note cooking
noun, Music. 1. a canon in which the imitating voice is the theme in retrograde motion. noun 1. (music) a canon in which the imitating voice repeats the notes of the theme in reverse order Also called retrograde canon, canon cancrizans
[krab-ee-ter] /ˈkræbˌi tər/ noun 1. any of various animals that feed on crabs, as the cobia.
noun 1. an annual grass, Digitaria sanguinalis, common in cultivated and waste grounds and often occurring as a pest weed in lawns. noun 1. any of several coarse weedy grasses of the genus Digitaria, which grow in warm regions and tend to displace other grasses in lawns