Common misspellings for cheese:
choiece, cheesey, cheeze, chaose, chelesa, cheasea, chanese, choise, chezch, heese, cheeds, cheecse, chies, chelsae, choeses, cheee, chealsea, cheeesy, chelsy, chesse, chiers, chelasea, cheeter, cheeder, ceease, chorse, chosey, chuse, cesse, chowse, chimese, chhose, sheese, cheekes, cheeper, chasse, chence, achiece, chelsie, chesure, cheesly, cheesep, choosee, chosse, chease, cheesse, chiense, cheasy, chlose, chhers, choes, cheesie, cheessy, chasey, cheeres, cheetha, chessy, chsoe, chekes, sheesh, chiese, chewue, choesive, cheess, cheesees, chrysie, chelsey, chealse, shees, chouse, choesn, chousen, cheser, puchaese, choase, choesen, chers, sheete, chelse, chesed, chesh, shceme, choze, cheeese, cheel, chosee, chese, cheslea, cheesed, cheekey, theese, cheapease, chesee, chealsa, chealsie, chassie, chlesea, chece, churce, kneese, cheuqe, cheey, chiose, cheaqe, chisese, theiese, cheere, thesee, chesk, chineese, choisen, chesla, chaeos, cheaest, cheuqes, cheased, chessey, cheis, shoese, chels, cheever, cheses, cheeer, choseen, choies, cheezy, chienese, chelsa, cheez, chourse, chosae, chelsiea, cheeswe, chosie, chaes, chinneese, choese, cheeers, theseee, chineeze, chesey, sheeet, cheeek, ceese, chossen, chesier, shceese, cheasnie, chesire, choesed, chhese, chesney, chesea, chesses, chees, cheqe, chinese, chnese, ch0se, chooese, chose, chosene, chosue, puchease, c-ok, c-okay, cacia, caacia, ccacia, cacess, cccess, ccho, cacho, cccho, ccoucheuse, cacoucheuse, cccoucheuse, ccuse, cacuse, cccuse, cche, cahy, cchy, ck-ack, cak-ack, cck-ack, ckee, cakee, cckee, cquiesce, caquiesce, ccquiesce, cegis, cgassiz, xheese, vheese, fheese, dheese, cgeese, cbeese, cneese, cjeese, cueese, cyeese, chwese, chsese, chdese, chrese, ch4ese, ch3ese, chewse, chedse, cherse, che4se, che3se, cheeae, cheexe, cheede, cheeee, cheewe, cheesw, cheesd, chees4, chees3, xcheese, cxheese, vcheese, cvheese, fcheese, cfheese, dcheese, cdheese, cgheese, chgeese, cbheese, chbeese, cnheese, chneese, cjheese, chjeese, cuheese, chueese, cyheese, chyeese, chweese, chewese, chseese, chesese, chdeese, chedese, chreese, cherese, ch4eese, che4ese, ch3eese, che3ese, cheewse, cheedse, cheerse, chee4se, chee3se, cheease, cheesae, cheezse, cheesze, cheexse, cheesxe, cheesde, cheesee, cheesew, cheeses, cheesre, chees4e, cheese4, chees3e, cheese3, hceese, cehese, cheese, cheees, ccheese, chheese, kheese, gheese, aheese, bheese, cxeese, cleese, cieese, chuese, chmese, chgese, cheuse, chemse, chegse, chee3e, cheece, cheeqe, cheesu, cheesm, cheesa, cheesg, c heese, ch eese, che ese, chee se, chees e.
Definition of cheese:
- is mentioned only three times in the Bible, and on each occasion under a different name in the Hebrew. ( 1 Samuel 17:18 ; 2 Samuel 17:29 ; Job 10:10 ) It is difficult to decide how far these terms correspond with our notion of cheese, for they simply express various degrees of coagulation. Cheese is not at the present day common among the Bedouin Arabs, butter being decidedly preferred; but there is a substance closely corresponding to those mentioned in 1Sam 17, 2Sam 17, consisting of coagulated buttermilk, which is dried until it become quite hard, and is then ground; the Arabs eat it mixed with butter.
- A low courtesy; -- so called on account of the cheese form assumed by a woman's dress when she stoops after extending the skirts by a rapid gyration.
- ( A.S. cese). This word occurs three times in the Authorized Version as the translation of three different Hebrew words: 2 Samuel 17:29 , " cheese of kine" = perhaps curdled milk of kine. The Vulgate version reads " fat calves."
- ( A.S. cese). This word occurs three times in the Authorized Version as the translation of three different Hebrew words: Job 10:10 , curdled milk is meant by the word. These dictionary topics are fromM.G. Easton M.A., D.D., Illustrated Bible Dictionary, Third Edition,published by Thomas Nelson, 1897. Public Domain, copy freely.[ N] indicates this entry was also found in Nave's Topical Bible[S] indicates this entry was also found in Smith's Bible DictionaryBibliography InformationEaston, Matthew George. " Entry for Cheese". " Easton's Bible Dictionary". .
- used in the imperative ( get away, or stop it); " Cheese it!"
- wind onto a cheese, as of yarn
- a solid food prepared from the pressed curd of milk
- erect or decumbent Old World perennial with axillary clusters of rosy- purple flowers; introduced in United States
- wind onto a cheese; " cheese the yarn"
- The curd of milk, coagulated usually with rennet, separated from the whey, and pressed into a solid mass in a hoop or mold.
- A mass of pomace, or ground apples, pressed together in the form of a cheese.
- The flat, circular, mucilaginous fruit of the dwarf mallow ( Malva rotundifolia).
- A low courtesy; - so called on account of the cheese form assumed by a woman's dress when she stoops after extending the skirts by a rapid gyration.
- A food consisting of the curd of milk.
- The compressed casein of milk, variously altered by bacterial action and flavored.
- The curd of milk pressed into a hard mass: also the inflated appearance of a gown or petticoat resulting from whirling round and making a low curtsey; hence, a low curtsey. " What more reasonable thing could she do than amuse herself with making cheeses? that is, whirling round until the petticoat is inflated like a balloon and then sinking into a curtsey."- De Quincey. " She and her sister both made these cheeses in compliment to the new- comer, and with much stately agility."- Thackeray.
- The pressed curd of milk.
- The curd of milk pressed in a mould into a solid mass; anything in the form of cheese; the appearance of a lady's skirt when curtseying.
- The curd of milk pressed into a mass of various shapes and sizes, and suffered to dry.