|(Cuisine) Italian dish consisting of tube shaped pasta having a filling of meat or cheese; tubular pasta, baked pasta dish||manicotti|
|(Cuisine) Italian dish consisting of tube shaped pasta having a filling of meat or cheese; tubular pasta, stuffed pasta tubes||cannelloni|
|(Medicine) mold used to hold a skin graft in place during healing; thin tube inserted into a tubular structure (e.g. a blood vessel) to hold it open or remove a blockage||stent|
|airship, large craft made for navigation on water, boat, ship; container, receptacle (especially for holding liquids); tubular duct through which bodily fluids flow (e.g. blood vessel); one who has or demonstrates a certain quality, large watercraft, s...||vessel|
|baked dish made from layers of pasta and tomato sauce filled with cheese and sometimes meat||lasagna|
|canulate, insert tube into body, tubular, in the shape of a pipe, cylindrical and hollow||cannulate|
|Cape primrose, plant with tubular flowers||streptocarpus|
|case for a blade, cover (for a dagger, sword, etc.); tubular part or structure which closely surrounds or envelopes (Biology); close-fitting dress, close-fitting covering, closely fitting dress, condom, protective tube, sheathe||sheath|
|cell wall growth, drawing in, absorption; placing of new matter among the old (Botany); slipping of one part into another (Medicine); taking in of foreign matter (Physiology), telescoping of tubular organ||intussusception|
|coarse granular flour which is produced during the milling of fine flour (used in pasta, pudding, etc.), grains of ground wheat||semolina|
|cooked string-shaped pasta, pasta made from a paste of wheat flour that has been formed into long slender strings, sleeving, tubing for covering bare wire||spaghetti|
|covering for the arm, fit with a sleeve, jacket, part of a shirt which covers the arm; protective cover or case (as for a book or record); cylinder, tubular piece (Machinery)||sleeve|
|digestive and breathing passage, front of neck, narrow part, part of the body located inside the neck, opening of tubular organ of flower, utter something in deep tones||throat|
|dish made with fettuccine, narrow flat pasta||fettuccine; fettuccini|
|filled noodle pocket or ball of dough that is served in soup (Jewish Cooking), filled pasta served in soup||kreplach|
|fish with a long slender body and an elongated tubular snout||pipefish|
|fish with tubular snout||trumpetfish|
|fish with tubular snout||tube-mouthed fish|
|food made from flour, pasta dish, type of noodle, food made from strips of unleavened dough||pasta|
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