dahl

IPA: dˈɑɫ

Root Word: Dahl

noun

  • A surname of Scandinavian origin.
  • Roald Dahl, a Welsh writer.
  • Alternative spelling of dal [Any of many dried husked pulses (legume), including peas, beans and lentils.]

Examples of "dahl" in Sentences

  • Roald Dahl also trained at the camp.
  • Dahl had a private practice in Moscow.
  • I'm not familiar with the Dahl article.
  • The same with Robert Dahl for that matter.
  • Dahl seems to be a controversial historian.
  • Dahl called this kind of state a polyarchy.
  • Dahl was never charged with any wrongdoing.
  • Thanks for trying to mediate the Dahl issue.
  • Dahl declared that the decision was irreversible.
  • I hate gratuitous insults, but ... roy dahl is a prat.
  • Roald Dahl uses the krait as a device in his short story Poison.
  • Often spelt 'dahl' but I'm going with the 'h' before the 'a' because 'dahl' looks like a pet name for a close friend.
  • Asked for a chick pea curry, but somehow ended up with a dahl, which is okay as i was torn between them, but not sure how.
  • A typical meal consists of rice actually, I dont think Ive had a lunch or dinner without rice, some vegetables, a meat/fish/egg, and dahl, which is like a lentil soup, except very thin.
  • Entrées include the tandoori-roasted meats, curries, and sides such as dahl (stewed lentils), curried crushed potatoes, stir-fried green beans and slow-cooked spinach and paneer (a mild South Asian cheese).
  • We can't wait to sink our teeth into another conch roti at Ali's Roti Shop, where the pink-shelled sea creature comes wrapped with potatoes and chickpeas in the Bengali flatbread called dahl poori-with extra hot sauce, of course.

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