Definition of stew :
incubate, rummage, bawdy house, effort, sporting house, hurricane, gumbo, uproar, gallimaufry, clutter, hurry-scurry, flutter, hurly-burly, pastiche, to-do, brood, jungle, brothel, crazy quilt, motley, ruction, bother, shuffle, hubble-bubble, bobbery, cathouse, fret, whirl, yawp, farrago, hatch, variety, worry, mélange, montage, olla, collage, upset, salmagundi, corroboree, agglomerate, scramble, hurly, cottage pie, fuss, olla-podrida, alphabet soup, chili con carne, row, ballyhoo, ado, sulk, travail, Hungarian goulash, botch, pandemonium, hoo-ha, veal stew, disorderly house, twitter, tizzy, ragbag, hotchpotch, swivet, menagerie, egg, sudor, alarums and excursions, welter, boil down, disturbance, foofaraw, whorehouse, furor, jumble, rumpus, mope, agitation, bulk large, bouillabaisse, loom, storm, whine, hodgepodge, pother, do, tumult, ruckus, exertion, dwell, concern, williwaw, cover, baste, hover, sweat, mishmash, grizzle, clatter, brown, food, yammer, hoopla, moil, muddle, matelote, furore, helter-skelter, patchwork, splore, chicken-fried steak, perspiration, pout, tumble, litter, blather, fun, turmoil, mutton stew, macédoine, shindy, key pattern, smorgasbord, cark, fluster, perturbation, squall, stroganoff, swither, elbow grease, suds, miscellanea, ingestion, dumpling, zoo, dither, agglomeration, stir, bagnio, patchwork quilt, bustle, grudge, coil, meat pie, mixed bag, worn spot, beef stew, charbroil, slumgullion, hubbub, crepe, hullabaloo, kerfuffle, bluster, olio, croquette, hash, hurry, lather, lamb stew, couscous, soapsuds, cutlet, grab bag, calm, steak-and-kidney pie, huff
food (part of speech: noun)
hamburger, egg roll, main course, flapjacks, jambalaya, pasta, quiche, chicken soup, dessert, scrambled eggs, ravioli, fondue, cannelloni, pie, pizza, taco, boiled eggs, meat loaf, omelette, leftovers, goulash, lasagne, eggs, hors d'oeuvre, fried eggs, dish, peanut butter sandwich, ragout, side dish, spring roll, pancakes, tortellini, macaroni and cheese, stir fry, soup, soft boiled eggs, casserole, poached eggs, spaghetti, sandwich, burrito, course, hard boiled eggs, macaroni, chow mein, tomato soup, Irish stew, enchilada
collection (part of speech: noun)
coalition, salad, assortment, complement, college, omnium-gatherum, bunch, band, league, assemblage, formation, corps, federation, assembly, union, set, group, society, council, body, bloc, partnership, collection
heat (part of speech: verb)
mix (part of speech: verb)
mixture (part of speech: noun)
composite, emulsion, blending, mixture, combination, conglomeration, amalgam, infusion, blend, potpourri, admixture, concoction, amalgamate, bastard, mongrel, medley, composition, paste, elixir, intermixture, compound, mash, decoction, alloy, commixture, brew, meld, merger, interfusion, hybrid, mix
- Put the butter into a saucepan with the mushrooms; add a half teaspoonful of salt; cover the pan, and stew slowly for twenty minutes; then dust over a tablespoonful of flour; add a half cup of good beef stock; cook slowly for ten minutes longer, and serve. - "Studies of American Fungi. Mushrooms, Edible, Poisonous, etc.", George Francis Atkinson.
- It seemed to Jerry a royal meal, and he made up his mind that, when he arrived home, he would get his mother to stew a prairie hen in the teapot some day; it tasted so much better than anything he had ever eaten before. - "The Shagganappi", E. Pauline Johnson.
- Bring on the stew! - "The Reign of Greed Complete English Version of 'El Filibusterismo'", Jose Rizal.