Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. See kit-cat.
“Small box: more broccoli, asparagus, Halloumi, a mini kit-kat bar and a cup of pickled onions.”
“Each seat was equipped with a bottle of mineral water, a coco-mat pillow, a coco-mat cloth envelope containing 1 kit-kat chocolate, 1 unidentified candy and a wet towel scented with chamomile.”
“And now we find out, after a bit of arm twisting that this utterly stupid exercise cost the Council not much short of £5000 £4435-16 to be precise - must have needed a 16p special offer kit-kat to keep going for 5 days sleuthing.”
“LEIGHANNA: A lot of ice cream and (UNINTELLIGIBLE) and kit-kat fudge.”
“Why did you hang that kit-kat of yourself behind the door, Haward?" he asked amiably.”
“Papa has taken a kit-kat portrait of me in oils, -- and a blue dress, -- which he thinks is like, and which I am going to send you as soon as it comes home from the framers.”
“ In Mrs. Hannah More's drawing-room at Barley Wood, amongst the few pictures which adorned it, hung a kit-kat portrait of John Henderson.”
“I had my first homemade kit-kat bar Sunday, and immediately knew I needed to blog about the recipe.”
“It started selling halal versions of their most popular products such as kit-kat chocolate in the 1980s.”
“On a kit-kat bar, they imprint the name "kit-kat" into the chocoloate ...”
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