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Foods by Alternate Definition #2

These words are also foods (or drinks). Based on the alternative definition, guess the word.
  • All the answers are a single word
  • Brand names don't count
  • Quiz by Quizmaster - Nov 24, 2013
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Definition
Word
Defective car or product
Old worn out car (UK)
Unit of toilet paper
Nut opening device
A dispute or grudge
Wise
Wood texture
To try to win favor
To dodge by lowering the head
Tight roll of hair
Definition
Word
To grow from a seed
Gambling token
Three strikes in a row, in bowling
Seasoned sailor
Puny person
Person who carries luggage
Bronx cheer
A planned romantic outing
The opposite of a hero, in American sports
A depression in the road
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Definition
Word
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(70)
I totally read "puny" as "punny" and was trying to think of a synonym for someone who says a lot of puns. D'Oh
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Nov 26, 2013
(31)
Haha, me too! I was stumped on that majorly.
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Mar 21, 2014
(64)
And let's not forget that riddle that Samuel Beckett repeats in "Murphy": "Why did the barmaid sham pain?" "Because the stout porter bitter."
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Jan 11, 2014
(65)
What's Porter? Never heard of it...
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Feb 12, 2014
(44)
A very hoppy style of beer.
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May 4, 2014
(71)
Nope. It is a style of beer but it's not hoppy. That's an IPA. Porters are generally darker and maltier, sometimes smoky, with flavors of chocolate and nuts.
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Jul 21, 2015
(60)
Never heard of the food "Banger". Also, is it possible to be more clear about the toilet paper question? Unit makes it seem like you mean one square of TP.
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Mar 12, 2014
(44)
Units could mean a number of things. For example, if you wanted units of distance, that could be measured in meters, inches, miles, or even light years, so the type of unit is for you to determine.
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Mar 12, 2014
(23)
Banger is a British word for sausage.
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Mar 12, 2014
(34)
Banner is a sausage, Its only called that for bangers and mash, which is sausages and mash ptotao
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Mar 12, 2014
(34)
banger*
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Mar 12, 2014
(60)
It's called a banger because it has a skin that can 'explode' if not pierced prior to cooking. As British sausages have more cereal than their American/German cousins they swell up a little more when cooked.
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Mar 16, 2014
(64)
And as Erikthev's comment reminds us, it is not unusual to add filler to sausages in tough economic times, when it is hard to make both ends meat.
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Jul 7, 2014
(58)
Tight roll of hair could also be banana curl.
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Mar 12, 2014
(69)
Except it states the answers are only one word.
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Jul 25, 2014
(60)
Can "sage" be used as an adjective? Because if not, then I think you need to change the clue to "wise man" or something similar to comply, because the difference in word forms threw me off
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Mar 12, 2014
(70)
Yes, sage can be used as an adjective as in to give sage advice.
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Mar 12, 2014
(39)
I have never heard the term 'Goat' used in any sport, and I am American.
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Mar 12, 2014
(65)
The phrase "either the hero or the goat" is pretty common though.
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Mar 12, 2014
(60)
Really?? I've been in the States for 20 years and never heard that one before.
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Mar 16, 2014
(64)
Erikthev--just to make things more confusing, GOAT (all caps) is also used as an acronym for Greatest Of All Time. There's a book about Muhammed Ali by that name.
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Jul 7, 2014
(56)
I've heard goat all my life and I have a very sports oriented family.
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Mar 19, 2014
(63)
NEVER heard goat in any sport ever...ever.
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Sep 11, 2015
(69)
I've heard the term all my life, but not only in sports. I think it comes from scapegoat.
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Sep 30, 2014
(63)
I've heard goat in other contexts as well. not just sports. to me it just seems to be a shortening of scapegoat. but I guess in that context the person who gets the blame doesn't actually deserve it, in the sports context it's more like the person who actually is to blame for the loss.
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May 20, 2016
(64)
I too am an American sports lover, and have never heard of goat in this context. I wanted the answer to be "dick"; a lot of American athletes really are, and I hear you Brits have some mysterious food known as spotted dick…
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Aug 31, 2016
(22)
I am pretty sure this quiz was written by someone British. Few of these were recognizable to me. A banger is a sausage, I think, but not in the US.
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Mar 12, 2014
(67)
I'm British and I missed 8.
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Dec 13, 2015
(60)
I tried 'Jack' for seasoned sailor as in Jack cheese...
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Mar 16, 2014
(66)
Mmmmm ... goat
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Jun 23, 2014
(61)
Also as well as not being very well known even by US sports fans, "goat" isn't food. Like "cow" and "sheep" are not food names.
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Sep 3, 2014
(69)
In my region, barbecued goat is a popular food. Just because it is sometimes marketed as chevon or cabrito doesn't mean it isn't also called goat. We also eat deer instead of venison.
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Sep 30, 2014
(67)
Unit of toilet paper... apart from having trouble mixing that up with a food quiz, I just couldn't work out the technical term for a single square of it!
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Aug 27, 2015
(66)
I would say a sheet or a leaf, same as normal paper. There's no way I would say the whole roll is the base unit...
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Apr 14, 2016
(24)
Thought for sure it was pothole, but that wasn't a food...
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Jul 5, 2016
(30)
Do you think scrap/scraps could be accepted for a defective car or product? It might be a bit of a stretch, but in the UK you can get scraps from the fish and chip shop so it fits both categories
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Sep 3, 2016
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