Foods by Alternate Definition #1

The answers are all foods. Based on the alternative definition, guess the word.
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Last updated: December 4, 2019
First submittedMay 17, 2011
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Definition
Word
A place where coins are made
Mint
Brain-dead person
Vegetable
Traffic congestion
Jam
Color between red and yellow
Orange
Game similar to racquetball
Squash
Foot callus
Corn
Flatten
Pancake
Crazy person
Nut
Cowardly
Chicken
Slang for steroids
Juice
Definition
Word
Predicament; a sticky situation
Pickle
To hit the batter with a pitch
Bean
Wasteful government spending
Pork
Person from New Zealand
Kiwi
Boat that can go underwater
Sub
Gambling token
Chip
360 degree spin-out in a car
Doughnut
To salute with a raised beverage
Toast
The top layer of best part of something
Cream
Unsolicited bulk e-mail
Spam
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Level 78
Jan 11, 2014
Flatten could also be squash. Predicament; a sticky situation could also be jam.
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Level 79
Jan 11, 2014
flatten could also be spread, mash, roll, paste
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Level 47
Jan 21, 2015
those are not words for foods....?
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Level 68
Jun 15, 2015
They are, Wiggedy; spread is margarine, mash is short for mashed potato, a roll is a bun, and paste is another word for paté :)
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Level 63
Jul 6, 2016
Or paste is, you know, a paste.
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Level ∞
Jan 11, 2014
@eric29cocoanuts. Yes, but those are already answers to other questions!
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Level 74
Jul 5, 2016
Yes, but they're still correct answers!
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Level 68
Jul 5, 2016
Never heard "pancake" used as a verb before - "squash" is much more widely used in this context.
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Level 79
Jan 15, 2016
i was certain squash was the answer before i saw that it wasn't
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Level 28
Apr 27, 2018
Brain-dead person could also be Dum-Dum
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Level 70
May 26, 2019
Is that the fried 'dum dum' or boiled 'dum dum'?
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Level 62
Jan 11, 2014
'Fruitcake' for crazy person. And ditto 'icing on the cake' for best part of something..
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Level ∞
Jan 13, 2014
Fruitcake will work now.
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Level 79
Jul 5, 2016
Fruit Loop. Or just "fruit"
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Level 70
Sep 13, 2017
I agree, icing should work too.
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Level 67
Apr 17, 2019
I tried creme (de la creme)
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Level 55
Jan 19, 2014
Took me a while for pickle....I wanted to use jam again.
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Level 53
Apr 16, 2015
Me, too!
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Level 39
Feb 6, 2014
I've never heard the word 'doughnut' used to describe "360 degree spin-out in a car." I've always heard the term 'cookie' for that.
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Level 58
Feb 7, 2014
I'm pretty sure a donut isn't a spin out, rather drifting in a circle around something. So that the skid marks on the ground (from the sliding wheels) leaves a donut shaped ring on the pavement. I've never heard the term cookie used for anything relating to a car.
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Level 39
Mar 12, 2014
I don't know. That's just what I've grown up hearing for a sliding 360 in a car.
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Level 73
Mar 22, 2014
To bean someone in baseball requires them to be hit in the head. So the definition should read to hit the batter in the head with the pitch.
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Level 86
Aug 25, 2014
Google libraries have corrupted me. I kept entering guice, and couldn't figure out why it wasn't accepted
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Level 76
Sep 8, 2015
Can you accept "fool" as well as "nut"? Or is it not crazy enough? (BTW it is a food, eg gooseberry fool.)
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Level 47
Oct 9, 2015
Predicament: Stew. Top layer: Crust (Best=upper crust)
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Level 42
Jan 18, 2016
In Chile, a traffic jam is referred to as a taco
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Level 48
Feb 16, 2016
cabbage for brain dead person and custard for cowardly?Both common sayings in the uk.
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Level 59
Jul 5, 2016
spot on, i put both of them as well
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Level 76
Mar 9, 2016
Bananas for crazy person?
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Level 71
Jan 2, 2018
agree
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Level 20
Jul 16, 2018
That would be more of an adjective. Maybe change the clue to just "crazy" and accept nuts and bananas?
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Level 42
Nov 5, 2018
This was the only thing I could think of.
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Level 76
Jun 22, 2016
Huh, I could only think of "custard" for cowardly, even though that doesn't quite fit.
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Level 70
May 26, 2019
I was the same, you hear kids shouting "Cowardly, Cowardly Custard' .... in dare games.
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Level 58
Jul 5, 2016
Well, I'm a total vegetable. ;)
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Level 77
Jul 6, 2016
Spam Spam Spam Spam
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Level 75
Jul 13, 2019
Lovely spam, wonderful spam!
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Level 45
Aug 28, 2016
I only got "Bean" thanks to Futurama. :P
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Level 60
Sep 25, 2016
Please accept creme for cream!
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Level 67
Apr 30, 2017
I've never heard corn used as a term for foot callus
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Level 70
Apr 16, 2018
You don't hear of it very much these days, but in the old days it was common to hear people complain of corns "My corns are killing me". In UK, Australia, NZ etc.
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Level 77
Nov 11, 2018
'Crush' for 'flatten'. Slightly more tenuously, 'junket' for 'wasteful govenment spending'.
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Level 44
May 26, 2019
Interesting quiz.
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Level 67
Jul 16, 2019
How about salmon for the colour between red and yellow?
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Level 57
Nov 2, 2019
In 1979 when the Susan B. Anthony dollar was issued I thought that she looked like Granny from The Beverly Hillbillies. That could be viewed as a politically incorrect statement if you didn't know that Granny was my third favorite character on the show, just ahead of Ellie May and Jethro, but behind Jed Clampett and Mr. Drysdale.