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cheese1 US English

A food made from the pressed curds of milk

cheese2 US English

An important person

cheese3 US English

Exasperate, frustrate, or bore

cheese it US English

Look out

bleu cheese US English

Variant spelling of blue cheese.

blue cheese US English

Cheese containing veins of blue mold, such as Gorgonzola and Danish Blue

hard cheese US English

Used to express sympathy over a petty matter

say cheese US English

Said by a photographer to encourage the subject to smile

cheese fly US English

Another term for cheese-skipper.

cheese mite US English

A mite that infests cheese

curd cheese US English

A mild, soft, smooth cheese made from skimmed milk curd

Jack cheese US English

Another term for Monterey Jack.

pot cheese US English

A coarse type of cottage cheese

cheese-cutter US English

An implement for cutting cheese, especially by means of a wire that can be pulled through the cheese

cheese straw US English

A thin strip of pastry, flavored with cheese and eaten as a snack

cream cheese US English

Soft, rich cheese made from unskimmed milk and cream

damson cheese US English

A solid preserve made from damsons and sugar

farmer cheese US English

An unripened cheese that is mild in flavor, firmer than cottage cheese and somewhat crumbly in texture

green cheese US English

Unripened or unmatured cheese

Swiss cheese US English

Cheese of a style originating in Switzerland, typically containing large holes

American cheese US English

A type of mild-flavored semisoft processed cheese

cheese-skipper US English

A small shiny black fly whose larvae frequently infest cheese

cottage cheese US English

Soft, lumpy white cheese made from the curds of slightly soured milk

macaroni cheese US English

A savoury dish of macaroni in a cheese sauce

cauliflower cheese US English

A savoury dish of cauliflower in a cheese sauce

Swiss cheese plant US English

A large monstera with perforated leaves (supposedly resembling the holes in a Swiss cheese), popularly grown as a house plant while young

Philadelphia cheese steak US English

See cheesesteak.

say cheese in cheese1 US English

Said by a photographer to encourage the subject to smile

as different as chalk and cheese US English

Fundamentally different or incompatible

hard cheese in cheese1 US English

Used to express sympathy over a petty matter

cheese US English

An important person

big cheese in cheese2 US English

An important person

cheeseball US English

Lacking taste, style, or originality

cheesemaker US English

A person who makes cheese

Philly cheesesteak in cheesesteak US English

A sandwich containing thin-sliced sautéed beef, melted cheese, and typically sautéed onions, served in a long roll

feta US English

A white salty Greek cheese made from the milk of ewes or goats

feta cheese in feta US English

A white salty Greek cheese made from the milk of ewes or goats

lemon curd US English

A preserve with a thick consistency made from lemons, butter, eggs, and sugar

Monterey Jack US English

A kind of cheese resembling cheddar

Jack cheese in Monterey Jack US English

A kind of cheese resembling cheddar

cheeseparing US English

Careful or stingy with money

Cheshire US English

A kind of firm crumbly cheese, originally made in Cheshire, England

Cheshire cheese in Cheshire2 US English

A kind of firm crumbly cheese, originally made in Cheshire, England

farmer's cheese in farmer cheese US English

An unripened cheese that is mild in flavor, firmer than cottage cheese and somewhat crumbly in texture

Monterey cheese in Monterey Jack US English

A kind of cheese resembling cheddar

cheese-cutter cap in cheese-cutter US English

A cap with a broad, square brim

sage Derby US English

A firm cheese made with an infusion of sage which flavours it and gives it a mottled green colour


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