- n. UK, informal a sandwich
- n. UK, birdwatching the sandwich tern.
“Ciabatta with grilled goat's cheese, tomato, rocket and pesto shows just how far even the humble "sarnie" has evolved.”
“The Cold Fried Chicken sarnie with a homemade buttermilk ranch schmear is winning the popularity contest.”
“In the daytime, try a River Cottage bacon sarnie (£4), or a Canteen breakfast (£8.50) served with meaty herb sausages made in Okehampton to a River Cottage recipe.”
“Stuffing, horseradish, cranberry or bread sauces, some cold greens for heating up in a pan, and maybe even some of the fat from the roasting tin, all present opportunities for gilding the lily of a plain cold-cut sarnie.”
“I knew I shouldnt have had that cheese sarnie at 11pm”
“The cashier in Camden tells me the Marinara is the shop's second-most popular sarnie, after the BMT Biggest, Meatiest, Tastiest, which is filled with pepperoni, salami and ham.”
“He was asked if he'd like a meal deal including a sarnie, drink and crisps for £3.95, but he didn't fancy crisps at that hour.”
“So refreshing to see a happy fat guy making a sarnie instead of some silly woman that looks like a the Darfur rep for weight watchers telling us carbohydrates will kill us all.”
“When eating pheasant sarnie at work (Thanks to my mate the Old Duffer) make sure tooth not damaged on strat shotgun pellet. on January 22, 2008 at 8: 05 pm | Reply Why do we bother?”
“Anyone have a spare flapjack or sarnie to placate the rather hungry-looking Mr Rentoul?”
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Britishisms and Anglophilia - Mencken has a great, if dated, list of comparisons between the British and American words here.
types of sandwich
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