Definition of Shoyu

1. soy sauce [n -S]



Shoyu Pictures

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Shoyu

showup
showups
showwoman
showwomen
showy
showy daisy
showy goldenrod
showy lady's-slipper
showy lady slipper
showy milkweed
showy orchis
showy sunflower
showyard
showyards
showyness
shoyu (current term)
shoyus
shozoku
shpadoinkle
shpilkes
shraddha
shraddhas
shrag
shragger
shrammed
shrank
shranks
shrapnel
shrapnels

Literary usage of Shoyu

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Every-day Japan by Arthur Lloyd (1909)
"CHAPTER XXII LIFE IN A TEA, SILK, SAKS OR shoyu DISTRICT As a striking contrast ... In these districts —known as " shoyu " districts—there is a far larger ..."

2. The Health Exhibition Literature (1884)
"shoyu isa mixture of soy beans, wheat, salt and water; th« quantity of Buy beans and of ... shoyu is one of the most valuable foods, and is in daily use. ..."

3. Beverages, Past and Present: An Historical Sketch of Their Production by Edward Randolph Emerson (1908)
"shoyu reaches the market in wooden barrels containing one to (20 litres). ... The delightful aroma and pleasing taste of shoyu are quickly lost in a long ..."

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