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pudding British & World English

A cooked sweet dish served after the main course of a meal

pudding English Thesaurus

Pete had given up on the stew and was eating the pudding

black pudding British & World English

A black sausage containing pork, dried pig’s blood, and suet

bread pudding British & World English

A rich, heavy cake or pudding made from pieces of bread soaked in milk and baked with eggs, sugar, dried fruit, and spices, eaten hot or cold

figgy pudding British & World English

A rich boiled pudding made with flour, suet, figs, and other dried fruit, traditionally eaten at Christmas

hasty pudding British & World English

A pudding containing wheat flour or (in North America) maize flour stirred to a thick batter in boiling milk or water

milk pudding British & World English

A baked pudding made of milk and rice or another grain such as sago or tapioca

pease pudding British & World English

A dish of split peas boiled with onion and carrot and mashed to a pulp

plum pudding British & World English

A rich boiled suet pudding containing raisins, currants, and spices

pudding basin British & World English

A deep round bowl used for mixing and cooking steamed puddings

pudding cloth British & World English

A cloth used for tying up some puddings for boiling

pudding face British & World English

A large fat face

pudding-head British & World English

A stupid person

suet pudding British & World English

A pudding of suet and flour, typically boiled or steamed

white pudding British & World English

A kind of sausage made of oatmeal and suet

pudding-head New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

(hyphen, but The Tragedy of Pudd'nhead Wilson by Mark Twain, 1894)

cabinet pudding British & World English

A steamed suet pudding containing dried fruit

college pudding British & World English

A small baked or steamed suet pudding with dried fruit

sponge pudding British & World English

A steamed or baked pudding of fat, flour, and eggs

summer pudding British & World English

A pudding of soft summer fruit encased in bread or sponge

Christmas pudding British & World English

A rich boiled pudding eaten at Christmas, made with flour, suet, and dried fruit

Yorkshire pudding British & World English

A baked batter pudding typically eaten with roast beef

bread-and-butter pudding British & World English

A dessert consisting of slices of bread and butter layered with dried fruit and sugar and baked with a mixture of milk and egg

over-egg British & World English

Go too far in embellishing, exaggerating, or doing something

the proof of the pudding is in the eating British & World English

The real value of something can be judged only from practical experience or results and not from appearance or theory

sago pudding in sago British & World English

A sweet dish made from sago and milk

roly-poly pudding in roly-poly British & World English

A pudding made of a sheet of suet pastry covered with jam or fruit, formed into a roll, and steamed or baked

the proof of the pudding is in the eating in proof British & World English

The real value of something can be judged only from practical experience or results and not from appearance or theory