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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishpickledpick‧led /ˈpɪkəld/ adjective  1 pickled vegetables or fruits have been preserved in vinegar or salt water pickled onions2 DRUNK old-fashioned informal drunk
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pickledOver two hundred kinds of squid are eaten in every conceivable way from raw to pickled.His breath smelt of the black pickled olives she had first tasted on the voyage from Dingle.To my surprise, the pickled onions were the source of this interest.Serve the gammon warm or cold with pickled pears.The result: plenty of fresh produce for the kitchen and such delights as crab apple and quince jellies and pickled walnuts.
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