Anchovy (noun)

A small, common saltwater fish that is a popular ingredient in Mediterranean cuisine, typically served in a sauce, as a spread, or stuffed in olives.

Origin:

Late middle english: from old french anchoie, via latin from greek ankhōia.

Examples:

  1. The anchovies were served on slices of crusty bread.
  2. The pizza was topped with anchovies, olives, and cheese.
  3. Anchovies are often used to add a salty, savory flavor to dishes.
  4. The anchovy sauce was the secret ingredient in the salad dressing.
  5. Many people enjoy the taste of anchovies, but others find it too strong and overpowering.
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