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Orange peel   /ˈɔrəndʒ pil/   Listen
Orange peel

noun
1.
The rind of an orange.  Synonym: orange rind.
2.
Strips of orange peel cooked in sugar and coated with sugar.



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"Orange peel" Quotes from Famous Books



... the streets were narrow and tortuous, roughly paved, and both difficult and dangerous to traverse by the unaccustomed foot passenger, who found himself now slipping on a piece of orange peel, the pale color of which was disguised by mud, now risking the soundness of his ankles among the uneven and ...
— The Wharf by the Docks - A Novel • Florence Warden

... doesn't describe Bassett. He is the sort of boy who would get off a 'bus after paying his fare to kick a piece of orange peel off the pavement. He has been nourished on copy-book headings and 'Sanford and Merton.' Ever read 'Sanford ...
— Salthaven • W. W. Jacobs

... used to amuse me. I should have been collecting it. Thrice at a crisis I pawned my watch, and thrice I rallied and rescued it. But how am I to interest you in the details of such a career? Now, if a fair countess had been so good as to slip on a piece of orange peel before my door, or if the chief merchant in the town had been saved by some tour-de-force upon my part, or if I had been summoned out at midnight to attend some nameless person in a lonely house with a princely fee for silence—then I should have something worthy of your attention. ...
— The Stark Munro Letters • J. Stark Munro



Words linked to "Orange peel" :   orange, orange zest, orange rind, candied citrus peel, peel, skin



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