Did you maybe mean pizza?
- n. Plural form of pizza.
“Frankly, I think that people thinking of novels the same way they think of pizzas is one of the signs of the Apocalypse.”
“It yielded enough to make two delicious thin pizzas with a thin and crispy, yet tasty crust.”
“US chain pizzas are finally getting into the dip scene.”
“This month's recipe was Flatbreads with Spiced Chicken, Pistachios and Roasted Peppers - it's flavours reminded me of those found in Turkish pizzas so I immediately focused on a fruity white.”
“Here I’d thought we’d actually been advancing our civilization for the last 20 years (and no, feeding the employees of one of the world’s richest companies 1,000 pizzas is not progress).”
“My friend Achy, who I was staying with, invited a handful of friends and former students over to play boggle, and we ordered in pizzas.”
“Yes, the pizzas are available with cheese and in dairy-free style with a soy substitute.”
“We make all kinds of breads and pizzas, which is great for a social event.”
“All their food sucks (and is overpriced), but the pizzas were the worst.”
“The pizzas are the creations of three contest entrants vying for the most sales by the end of the month.www. papajohns.com.”
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