- n. Plural form of vanilla.
“Consumer Reports 'trained testers recently tried 13 vanillas and 11 chocolates with varying amounts of fat.”
“Haagen-Dazs Vanilla Bean ($1.13 per half-cup serving) topped the list of vanillas, for having a big dairy and real vanilla taste.”
“I'm thinking $18-$20 for a dozen vanillas and $28-$30 for those delicious Frangelicos.”
“Our trained tasters recently tried 13 vanillas and 11 chocolates, still the nation's favorite flavors, that contained varying amounts of fat.”
“Vanilla turns aoud into a mouthwatering delicacy, while aoud turns vanilla into "the little deadly demon among the wholesome" vanillas.”
“Mix the egg and vanillas in lightly but thoroughly.”
“It was now to them an everyday occurrence, to see trees full two hundred feet high one mass of yellow or purple blossom to the highest twigs, and every branch and stem one hanging garden of crimson and orange orchids or vanillas.”
“There was a time when Comptoir Sud Pacifique was not all about the smell of pastries and candies, and when their Eaux de Voyage took a wearer to places more diverse than just same old "tropical paradise" yes, there still are a couple of "spicy" and "woody" fragrances in the lineup, but they are rather tame and more or less lost in the sea of vanillas and fruits.”
“I have long adored vanilla scents but have become very bored by floral vanillas lately.”
“I feel about rose much the same way you feel about vanillas-- I love rose when it has a supporting cast, not so much as a soliflore diva.”
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