One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
nounmass nounNorth American
Guacamole.‘we got chips, salsa, and guac’
- ‘I pile on some faintly garlicked guac and make short work of a yummy ground-beef enchilada, although I know the enchilada gravy could taste more emphatically of red chilis.’
- ‘Having been a judge who helped choose the nominees I got a front seat, complete with complimentary chips and guac.’
- ‘Though guac does have fat in it, it's the good kind that's packed with vitamins.’
- ‘After our shrimphead guac, we settled down for our lunch sushi platters.’
- ‘The chips used to consume the tons of guac - as they call it in California - will surely number in the billions.’
- ‘The French cut's been rubbed in tequila to make it "drunken" and is topped with a dollop of bright green tomatillo guac.’
- ‘It comes with delightfully light guac and red onions pickled with vinegar, cumin, cloves and canella.’
- ‘Pile on the guac, which contains hefty doses of fiber, vitamins and minerals, as well as phytonutrients that can help protect against prostate cancer.’
- ‘The guacamole man comes over, splits open an avocado, adds all the right spices, and mixes your guac right in front of your eyes.’
- ‘The $1.99 price tag for smaller portions of guac and queso is unusually user-friendly.’
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