from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A dish of ice cream with a topping such as syrup, fruits, nuts, or whipped cream.
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- n. A dessert consisting of ice cream with any of various toppings added.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. ice cream served with a topping
It sucks, in the larger sense, to be sure - but if all you want are the cherries, your sundae is going to be a lot smaller.
The cherry on top of my sundae is that you remain unaware of your fringe status.
And the cherry on this sundae is we get to destroy any pretense of a “green” agenda in the process.
McCraken discusses various changes to the paperboard packaging the company uses as well as the incorporation of post consumer recycled plastic in sundae cup for the Australian market.
According to sources published in Evanston, the word sundae originated at Garwoods 'Drugstore ...
The sour cherry atop this icky sundae is todays announcement that that the U.S.
The name of the sundae comes from the multi-colored look that resembles a rooster tail.
After Malia decided she didn't want the whipped cream on her sundae, "the president just took a spoon and put it on his sundae, which is a scene that we see enacted multiple times every day, but it was nice to see it enacted by them in just a normal family way."
The whipped cream on the sundae is the news that 60 is the smallest number divisible by the numbers 1 to 6.
Well, at Purple Yam you might say the proof is in the halo halo-the Filipino answer to an ice cream sundae, which is served in a tall, thin glass dish to show off layers of sweet beans, palm seed, cocogel (what?), agar agar
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