the starchy seeds or grain of an annual marsh grass, Oryza sativa, cultivated in warm climates and used for food.
the grass itself.
verb (used with object), riced, ricing.
to reduce to a form resembling rice:
to rice potatoes.
an erect grass, Oryza sativa, that grows in East Asia on wet ground and has drooping flower spikes and yellow oblong edible grains that become white when polished
the grain of this plant
(transitive) (US & Canadian) to sieve (potatoes or other vegetables) to a coarse mashed consistency, esp with a ricer
Elmer, original name Elmer Reizenstein. 1892–1967, US dramatist. His plays include The Adding Machine (1923) and Street Scene (1929), which was made into a musical by Kurt Weill in 1947
rest, ice, compression, elevation: the recommended procedure for controlling inflammation in injured limbs or joints
an acronym for the suggested treatment for a minor muscle or tissue injury: rest, ice, compression, elevation
RICE helps reduce swelling and restrict the spread of bruising, accelerating the healing process.
- Rice grass
noun 1. another name for cord grass
- Rice noodles
noun a type of very thin pasta made from rice flour and used in Asian cuisine Examples When deep-fried, rice noodles expand greatly in size and become crispy; when stir-fried they remain soft. Word Origin by 1965 Usage Note cooking
noun 1. a thin paper made from the straw of rice, as in China. 2. a Chinese paper consisting of the pith of certain plants cut and pressed into thin sheets. noun 1. a thin semitransparent edible paper made from the straw of rice, on which macaroons and similar cakes are baked 2. a thin […]
- Rice-paper tree
[rahys-pey-per] /ˈraɪsˌpeɪ pər/ noun 1. an Asian shrub or small tree, Tetrapanax papyriferus, of the ginseng family, the pith of which is used in making rice paper.