noun, Also called rye whiskey (for defs 4, 5).
a widely cultivated cereal grass, Secale cereale, having one-nerved glumes and two- or three-flowered spikelets.
the seeds or grain of this plant, used for making flour and whiskey, and as a livestock feed.
a straight whiskey distilled from a mash containing 51 percent or more rye grain.
Northeastern U.S. and Canada. a blended whiskey.
made with rye grain or flour:
a male Gypsy.
a city in SE New York, on Long Island Sound.
a tall hardy widely cultivated annual grass, Secale cereale, having soft bluish-green leaves, bristly flower spikes, and light brown grain See also wild rye
the grain of this grass, used in making flour and whiskey, and as a livestock food
Also called rye whiskey. whiskey distilled from rye. US whiskey must by law contain not less than 51 per cent rye
(US) short for rye bread
(dialect) a gentleman
a resort in SE England, in East Sussex: one of the Cinque Ports. Pop: 4195 (2001)
=Rie, (Heb. kussemeth), found in Ex. 9:32; Isa. 28:25, in all of which the margins of the Authorized and of the Revised Versions have “spelt.” This Hebrew word also occurs in Ezek. 4:9, where the Authorized Version has “fitches’ (q.v.) and the Revised Version “spelt.” This, there can be no doubt, was the Triticum spelta, a species of hard, rough-grained wheat.
noun 1. bread that is made either entirely or partly from rye flour, often with caraway seeds. noun 1. any of various breads made entirely or partly from rye flour, often with caraway seeds
noun 1. a grass, Bromus secalinus, native to Europe and Asia, having rough leaves and wheatlike ears US names cheat, chess
noun 1. any of several European grasses of the genus Lolium, as L. perenne (perennial ryegrass) grown for forage in the U.S.
noun 1. any of several European grasses of the genus Lolium, as L. perenne (perennial ryegrass) grown for forage in the U.S. noun 1. any of various grasses of the genus Lolium, esp L. perenne, native to Europe, N Africa, and Asia and widely cultivated as forage crops. They have a flattened flower spike and […]