Cereal plants (Oryza sativa) of the grass family whose seeds are used as food. (noun)
A specific variety of this plant. (noun)
The seeds of this plant used as food. (noun)
to squeeze through a ricer; to mash or make into rice-sized pieces (verb)
to throw rice at a person (usually at a wedding). (verb)
to belittle a government emissary or similar on behalf of a more powerful militaristic state (verb)
to harvest wild rice Zinzania sp. (verb)
Examples of word Rice
This news report will be brought to the public by ms. rice, just as soon as she returns from her european shoe buying tripâ€¦â€¦Q,,, camera pan to ms..rice..
Perhaps in rice pudding the rice is a detracting factor to some.
I also made some Mexican rice, but that was just plain rice from the Zatarain's - Jambalaya brand.
Plain rice is the most â€œpopularâ€ food, water is the most â€œpopularâ€ beverage, a caudillo with a gun is the most â€œpopularâ€ form of government, Baywatch (a couple of years ago, at least) was the most â€œpopularâ€ television program, Wal-Mart is the most popular retailer, and Chinese is the most popular language.
Basmati or jasmine rice is much better than white or brown rice from a Chinese buffet.