Any tropical, climbing orchid of the genus Vanilla (especially Vanilla planifolia), bearing podlike fruit yielding an extract used in flavoring food or in perfumes. (noun)
The fruit or bean of the vanilla plant. (noun)
The extract of the fruit of the vanilla plant. (noun)
The distinctive fragrant flavour/flavor characteristic of vanilla extract. (noun)
Any artificially produced homologue of vanilla extract, principally vanillin produced from lignin from the paper industry or from petrochemicals. (noun)
By association with vanilla as the "plain" flavour of ice cream: the standard, plain, default, unmodified, basic. (adjective)
Examples of word vanilla
A third sort, which comes from Brazil, is the _vanillon_, or large vanilla of the French market; the _vanilla pamprona_ or _bova_ of the
But "I've just added Fluffer Nutter to our baking schedule," Michelle said last week, which she described as vanilla cake with marshmallow filling, a peanut frosting, a dollop of marshmallows and a drizzle of honey on top.
No matter what type of ice cream I try, the vanilla is always a disapointment.
I think you put them all in one place that don't have any standard domestic what I call vanilla prisoners even anywhere in the facility to mitigate the threat of that.
(The word vanilla is derived from the Spanish vainilla, meaning "little pod.")