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- n. Plural form of pie.
- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of pie.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. See pize.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
The smell of raisin pies is something to tempt an anchorite; and the Story Girl was exceedingly fond of them.
As a result, their responses to the question of whether they have a “positive” or “negative” view of apple pies is likely to be highly correlated with whether they like the taste of that kind of pie or not.
I live in VA, so the closest I'll ever get to one of "Bubby's" pies is if I make one myself!
The Newcomers dinner is a better solution for us, no messing around with stuffing, pumpkin pies, etc. Rex
They are just like little individual pumpkin pies!
For example, suppose there was a demon baker; he might make you some delicious "pies from the grave."
I always have a can of soup or chickpeas kicking around, but I also usually make graham cracker crusts for pumpkin pies, with canned filling, which is how I put two and two together in the first place.
Connolly, an incumbent, career politician with fingers in pies all across Fairfax and Northern Virginia, managed to raise a meager $417,750.
Gooseberries are good too but I've only had them in pies so I'm not sure how they would be plain.
Now there are pumpkin pies, pizzas, and polentas; pumpkin beers, breads, and brittles; and pumpkin salads, salsas, and soups.
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