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- n. Plural form of leftover.
- n. Food remaining after a meal; excess food eaten later.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. food remaining from a previous meal
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The impression of warmth and comfort and beauty predominated, though he was unable to analyze it; while the simplicity delighted him -- expensive simplicity, he decided, and most of it leftovers from the time her father went broke and died.
We may be dead on boxing day … or drowning in leftovers
Throwing away leftovers is often better business than risking running out of stock.
My favorite part of holiday leftovers is challah french toast.
Obama has a massive mess on his plate, leftovers from the orgy of irresponsible repiggie spending.
Republicans are used tyrants, just lying leftovers from the Bush tyranny.
Isn't it funny how Republicans expect President Obama to fix the leftovers from the previous administration of raving thugs in mere months when they ruined the country over 8 years?
But it is good - and by the lack of leftovers from the office, I'm sure I'm not the only one who thought that.
Pickles are often a part of bibimbap so I used some of the leftovers from the ones I made earlier in the month, so the plate line up is, from beside the fork, the bok choy, pickles, daikon saute, bap sauce, tofus, and peppers.
When the kitchen started 20 years ago, its first job was to recycle the leftovers from the 1989 inauguration for President George H.W. Bush.
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