Stew in a sentence as a noun

I fire up Instacart for the first time ever and order groceries to make a stew.

If you are a very small potato floating in the stew pot of life, that's probably fine.

If you do end up with too much of something, then there's a stew on the buffet the next day. Said mouths are also less particular.

If you don't know how to cook, making and freezing a giant pot of chili or stew in portions is a daunting task.

My favorite approach is to let them stew for a bit and then ask, "Hey, does your family know you lie to people for money?

No, these guys are great, it's just that the CFO decided I needed a few more months to stew, it's that bean counter mentality.

It added that extra bit of awesome-sauce to and already tasty stew.

Stew in a sentence as a verb

One of us, an excellent vegetarian cook, whipped up a terrific lentil stew that was so fantastic I had two large bowls.

So they let this stew a little and suggest some alternative, probably as nasty, but it will look mild in comparison, and everyone will be happy.

I'd welcome any suggestions on where to go next - it's a bit of a fire-and-forget side project, but I'd still like to get it as good as possible before I leave it to stew for 2013.

>It is a habit as easy to form as a bad one, and more beneficial by far.>...>Demonstrably it is more pleasant than a microwaved stew or takeout curry or a pizza delivered from miles away.

The manically insane hivemind, with all the juvenilia and "shittiness" that is inherent to it, is a roiling primordial stew of genuinely worthwhile culture.

If not: please stew on them a bit longer next time and explain why you are telling us this.- In fact, the post you respond to makes a very practical point, much more practical than the more 'vague' general rules Russell provides.

Stew definitions


agitation resulting from active worry; "don't get in a stew"; "he's in a sweat about exams"

See also: fret sweat lather swither


food prepared by stewing especially meat or fish with vegetables


be in a huff; be silent or sullen

See also: grizzle brood


bear a grudge; harbor ill feelings

See also: grudge


cook slowly and for a long time in liquid; "Stew the vegetables in wine"