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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishskewerskew‧er1 /ˈskjuːə $ -ər/ noun [countable]  DFUa long metal or wooden stick that is put through pieces of meat to hold them together while they are cooked
Examples from the Corpus
skewerSteam 8 minutes, or until a skewer easily slips in and out of the thickest part of the fish.Pierce grapes with a skewer or needle to allow them to absorb rum.Place one cake on a serving plate, spike all over with a skewer and lace with half the kirsch.Thread the fruit on to 8 small skewers.Order the beef teriyaki skewers or lobster chao on sugar cane sticks.Cut the sausages in half through the middle and push each half on the end of a wooden skewer.