from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. Variant of kebab.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. Alternative spelling of kebab.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Same as cabob.
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Sometimes when I get the kebob platter the meat is nothing to shout about, but on a stick it seemed a lot better.
Headlights shot the cars in front and I imagined the beams were a single beam, like long light-skewers piercing through a car-kebob.
Why couldn't I have thought to use them on a kebob?
One car, a Mini, defied gravity, hovering twenty feet above the ground, skewered like a kebob by a steel pole jutting out of the second story of a building.
During the interview take out a lamb kebob and offer some to the interviewer.
They looked forward to showing me their homes, introducing me to their families, and - as tradition demands -- on kebob and saffron rice.
Together again, we will eat kebob and sip on mint tea.
I went for lunch and ordered the beef shish kebob, $9.99.
I was impressed with the shish kebob, cooked about medium rare, fairly tender filet mignon, with some good seasoning and flavor.
But I'm not a fan of the kafta kebobs, which is a ground beef, kebobs and I wanted to try their shish kebob.
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