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[word-lover] 【整理】2014-06-19 How to Use a Word

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Today's word is a new editiion to The Collegiate Dictionary and to The Online Dictionary at Merriam-Webster.com: turducken, spelled T-U-R-D-U-C-K-E-N.

Turducken is a noun that means boneless chicken stuffed into a boneless duck stuffed into a boneless turkey. Here is the word used in a sentence.

For your next dinner party, you might want to take a shot at making turducken.

You can probably guess the origins of "turducken" just by hearing the word; it is a portmanteau, a word whose form is derived from a blending of two or more distinct other words, created by combining the words "turkey," "duck," and "chicken," and the dish does indeed incorporate all three varieties of fowl. "Turducken" was first noted in print in 1982, although it may have been in use before that. The dish is a cousin of ballotine, a less familiar food item consisting of deboned meat, poultry, or fish stuffed with seasoned meats or vegetables, rolled and tied into a bundle shape, and usually braised. The word "ballotine" derives from the French word for "bundle."

I'm Peter Sokolowski with your Word of the Day.

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Today's word is a new addition to the collegian dictionary and to the online dictionary at Merriam-webster.com, turducken, spelled T-U-R-D-U-C-K-E-N. Turducken is a noun that means a boneless chicken stuffed into a boneless duck stuffed into a boneless turkey. Here is a word used in a sentence,"For your next dinner party, you might want to take a shoot at making turducken." You can probably guess the origins of turducken just by hearing the word. It is a portmanteau, a word whose form is derived from a blending of two or more distinct other words, created by combining the words turkey,duck and chicken, and the dish does indeed incorporate all three varieties of fowl. Turducken was first known in print in 1982, although it may have been used before that. The dish is a cousin of ballotine, a less familiar food item consisting a T-bone meat, poultry or fish, stuffed with seasoned meat or vegetables, rolled and tied into a bundle shape, and usually braised. The word ballotine, B-A-L-L-O-T-I-N-E, derives from the French word for bundle.

I am Peter Sokolsky, with your word of today.
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