Spice lisp



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A flavour of Lisp, the sources of which (in Lisp) are available from CMU.
(1998-03-14)

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    noun, plural spiceries for 3. 1. spice. 2. spicy flavor or fragrance. 3. Archaic. a storeroom or place for spices. noun (pl) -eries 1. spices collectively 2. the piquant or fragrant quality associated with spices 3. (obsolete) a place to store spices Heb. nechoth, identified with the Arabic naka’at, the gum tragacanth, obtained from the […]

  • Spices

    noun 1. any of a class of pungent or aromatic substances of vegetable origin, as pepper, cinnamon, or cloves, used as seasoning, preservatives, etc. 2. such substances collectively or as material: Cookies without spice can be tasteless. 3. a spicy or aromatic odor or fragrance. 4. something that gives zest: a spice of humor in […]



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    adjective, spicier, spiciest. 1. spicy. adjective, spicier, spiciest. 1. seasoned with or containing spice: a spicy salad dressing. 2. characteristic or suggestive of spice. 3. of the nature of or resembling spice. 4. abounding in or yielding spices. 5. aromatic or fragrant. 6. piquant or pungent: spicy criticism. 7. of a slightly improper or risqué […]



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