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bread-and-butter pickle

Syllabification: bread-and-but·ter pick·le

Definition of bread-and-butter pickle in English:

noun

A variety of sweet pickle made with thin-sliced cucumbers and various seasonings.
Example sentences
  • I always put out several cucumber plants for pickle relish and bread-and-butter pickles.
  • My great-aunt Nora, the last of the family on the Kansas homestead, made the world's best bread-and-butter pickles, and they were the magical ingredient in her potato salad.
  • It is not a canned pickle, or a bread-and-butter pickle, or a sweet pickle, or even a dill pickle full of vinegar.

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