A pungent hot-tasting powder prepared from dried and ground peppercorns, used as a spice or condiment to flavour food
Sprinkle or season (food) with pepper
salt and pepper the potatoes
Any of several varieties of pungent pepper used dried or chopped as a condiment
The cubeb, Piper cubeba, a climbing plant native to the Malay Archipelago; (also) a pungent spice produced from the dried fruit of this plant, used as a flavouring and (especially formerly) medicinally.
A spicy kind of gingerbread.
The sweepings of warehouses where pepper is stored, formerly used to adulterate black pepper.
An anti-personnel gas that irritates the throat and nasal passages.
To spray or attack with pepper gas.
A vessel for holding pepper.
A man who sells pepper.
A device for grinding peppercorns by hand to make pepper
The peppered moth, Biston betularia.
The fruit of a capsicum, especially Capsicum annuum.
Either of two West Indian shrubs of the genus Croton (family Euphorbiaceae), C. humilis and C. wilsonii, used in folk medicine.
The root of a pepper of the genus Piper; especially that of the Polynesian P. methysticum, used to make kava.
Any of various soups made (especially in West Africa) with chilli peppers and other pungent spices.
A liquid solution made pungent by the addition of pepper, typically ingested as a remedy for various ailments.
A bushy vine of the grape family, originally cultivated but now established in much of the southeastern US. It bears blackish fruits sought after by wildlife
Wine spiced with pepper, or in which peppers have been steeped.
North American term for sweet pepper.
A tropical American capsicum pepper which is thought to be the ancestor of both sweet and chilli peppers
A container with a perforated top for sprinkling pepper
Any of a number of shrubs or trees which have aromatic leaves or fruit with a pepper-like smell, in particular:
The ripe red fruit of a sweet pepper
The yellow stonecrop (plant)
A moderately hot spice in ground dried form, made from a variety of capsicum pepper, Capsicum annuum (family Solanaceae), and used in Mediterranean and Middle Eastern cookery.
Any of various capsicum peppers; especially the chilli pepper, a variety of C. annuum.
A Mexican or Mexican-American person.
A pepper pot.
A type of bread made with ground or cracked black pepper.
Garden cress, Lepidium sativum.
The West Indian shrub Piper amalago, which is used medicinally and as a substitute for pepper.
Any plant yielding pepper or similar pungent spice, or bearing capsicums.
Resistant to or unaffected by a pepper spray.
A pepper mill.
Any of various pungent sauces made from the fruits of capsicum peppers, used especially as condiments.
A shrub of the genus Piper, a pepper.
A beef steak rubbed or pounded with black pepper before cooking.
A person who or thing which imparts liveliness or vigour; a stimulant, a tonic.
Biology. A mixture of finely ground black pepper and rainwater or river water, left to stand for a few days so that microscopic organisms in the water grow and multiply and can be observed under the microscope. Now historical.
The dried black berries of the pepper, harvested while still unripe and used either whole or ground as a spice and condiment
The mild-flavoured unripe fruit of a sweet pepper, which may be eaten raw or cooked
A dark red seaweed with branching fronds, growing on rocks
A tropical American songbird with mainly green and yellow plumage and a heavy bill like that of a shrike
An aerosol spray containing oils derived from cayenne pepper, irritant to the eyes and respiratory passages and used as a disabling weapon
A large green, yellow, orange, or red variety of capsicum which has a mild or sweet flavour and is often eaten raw