noun, Chinese-American Cookery.
a cylindrical casing of egg dough filled with a minced mixture of meat or shrimp, bamboo shoots, onions, etc., and fried in deep fat.
a Chinese-American dish consisting of egg dough filled with a minced mixture of pork, bamboo shoots, onions, etc, and browned in deep fat
noun 1. a contest or race in which eggs are rolled over a lawn, using a spoon or paddle, most commonly held as a children’s entertainment during the Easter season.
noun 1. a silken case or capsule containing eggs of a female spider. egg sac The silken pouch in which many spiders deposit their eggs. Also called egg case.
noun, (sometimes lowercase) 1. a dish consisting of toast or toasted halves of English muffin covered with a thin slice of fried or broiled ham, poached eggs, and a topping of hollandaise sauce. plural noun 1. a dish consisting of toast, covered with a slice of ham, poached egg, and hollandaise sauce
[eg-sheypt] /ˈɛgˌʃeɪpt/ adjective 1. having an oval form, usually with one end larger than the other.