IPA: sˈæɫʌd


  • A food made primarily of a mixture of raw or cold ingredients, typically vegetables, usually served with a dressing such as vinegar or mayonnaise.
  • Especially, such a mixture whose principal base is greens, most especially lettuce.
  • A raw vegetable of the kind used in salads.
  • (idiomatic) Any varied blend or mixture.

Examples of "salad" in Sentences

  • We had a salad for an appetizer.
  • I put salad dressing on your salad.
  • I want you to pass on the salad dressing.
  • Endive can be cooked or used raw in salads.
  • I like the stuff that comes on the spinach salad.
  • Carrot and raisin salad is definitely a Texas treat!
  • Finally, the salad is garnished with tinned anchovies.
  • Ambrosia is a variation on the traditional fruit salad.
  • In 1995, the company went into the prepared salads business.
  • At home, a salad is a salad, and anything named "salad" is innocent.
  • And their antipasto pasta salad is the only one of those I can abide.
  • To serve, dress the salad with this mixture and garnish with cilantro.
  • Salinas is known as the Salad Bowl of America or Salad Bowl of the World.
  • And the word salad literally means salted, the culinary practice of salting leafy vegetables.
  • I'm sure your feast by the hearth was delish and the salad is always a welcome side to all that meat!
  • At least there's a greater chance of rational thought there, instead of the word salad we're sure to get from Quitty McHalfTerm.
  • What if i ordered the chicken burger, asked for salad because the deal is fries or salad then would this same worker say no chips, you already got the ’salad’?
  • But it's one of those salad places where you can convince yourself you're eating healthy because it's a ~salad~ but when covered in bacon and cheese and creamy dressings, it's probably doing just as much damage as a burger.

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