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bisque

noun

a thick soup made from shellfish

bouillabaisse

noun

a soup made from fish and vegetables

bouillon

noun

a clear soup made from meat and vegetables

broth

noun

old-fashioned soup, especially when it is considered to be good for you

chowder

noun

a thick soup usually made with fish or shellfish, milk or cream, and vegetables

cock-a-leekie

noun

a type of Scottish soup made from chicken with leeks and other vegetables

consommé

noun

a type of clear soup made from meat juices

cream of something

a soup containing cream

gazpacho

noun

a cold Spanish soup made mainly with raw tomatoes, onions, garlic and cucumber

gumbo

noun

a thick soup made with chicken or fish and the vegetable okra, eaten mainly in the southern U.S.

Irish stew

noun

a thick soup made from meat, potatoes, onions, and other root vegetables

minestrone

noun

a type of Italian soup made from vegetables and small pieces of pasta

mulligatawny

noun

a type of clear soup with a hot flavor

oxtail

noun

the tail of an ox eaten as food, often in soup

soup

noun

a liquid food that is made by cooking meat, fish, vegetables, etc. with water or milk

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hygge

a lifestyle focussing on simple pleasures such as comfort and cosiness in the home, and spending time with friends and family

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sofar

a form of location that involves the underwater detonation of a bomb which causes sound waves that are picked up by ships

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