applesauce [ ap-uhl-saws ]
1. apples stewed to a soft pulp and sometimes sweetened or spiced with cinnamon.
2. Slang. nonsense; bunk.
WORDS RELATED TO APPLESAUCE
hogwash, bunk, hooey, nonsense, rubbish, malarkey, fudge, pulp, poppycock, hokum
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Origin: First recorded in 1670–80; apple + sauce
EXAMPLE SENTENCES FROM THE WEB FOR APPLESAUCE
Typically, latkes are served with either sour cream or applesauce.
MOUTH-WATERING POTATO PANCAKES|JACQUELYNN D. POWERS|DECEMBER 1, 2010|DAILY BEAST
Ferguson has coated the aspirin, his financial tutorial, with applesauce.
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Ever since the bygone days of youth, pork has gone hand in hand with applesauce.
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It provided the Darnalls with bread, canned soup, canned vegetables, and applesauce for the kids.
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