from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- transitive v. To choose.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- A Middle English form of choose.
- n. A Middle English form of cheese.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
i; m by name isaiah from Nigeria, i want to urge corch Carlos Aceloti to not relent in his title chese, he put behind him all the animal noise people are making like manu fans.
Texas Jeanie in Los Angeles ...... do you think these people know jalapeno pimento chese spread?
Upon each scone half, spread a nice amount of Philadelphia cream chese, add a little smoked salmon (or gravlax if the budget is particularly sweet) and top with a caper and little sprig of dill.
*Offurs a tray of semisoft danish chese, crusty fronch bred slices, and apple slices*
Awl chese frens miss u, but are glad ur suffering has ended.
Meals that included chicked or chese tasted glorious and Ice cream was limited to once or twice a month.
I found the chese to be more of an aftertaste thing and definitly could tell the differance between cheddar and gruyere.
I thought they could have used more chese throughout the dish.
The wasabi flavor overpowers the whole thing (I almost tempted to go, and ask for the bagel with cream chese and smoked salmon - no wasabi)
Is “spreadable chese” like “spreadable cheese” in Americania?
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