noun (plural piccalillies or piccalillis)[mass noun]
A pickle of chopped vegetables, mustard, and hot spices: chutneys, piccalillies, and relishes [mass noun]: sixteen pints of mustard piccalilli
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- The menu takes in items as diverse as tiger prawn kebab with piccalilli, wild boar sausages, and duck and pickled cucumber on focaccia.
- I haven't even made my usual jars of piccalilli or sweetcorn relish to have with the Christmas ham.
- I enjoyed a very coarse ‘country terrine’ barded with a slice of something as thick as a steak, and served with mild home-made piccalilli.
Words that rhyme with piccalilliBillie, billy, Chile, chilli (US chili), chilly, Dili, dilly, filly, frilly, ghillie, gillie, Gilly, hilly, Lillee, lily, Lyly, papillae, Philly, Piccadilly, silly, skilly, stilly, Tilly, willy-nilly
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