from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A list of dishes offered; a menu.
- n. A list of items or events in a presentation; a program.
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- n. A written or printed enumeration of the dishes served at a public table, or of the dishes (with prices listed) which may be ordered at a restaurant, etc.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. a written or printed enumeration of the dishes served at a public table, or of the dishes (with prices annexed) which may be ordered at a restaurant, etc.
- n. See under Bill.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a list of dishes available at a restaurant
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For a Swell hostess, the bill of fare also includes spicy company and conversation, surprises on the plate and under it, aphrodisiacal seating plans.
Entering the Zollernhof restaurant, they picked up the bill of fare and for the first time read, “Boiled Crow.”
When the supper-bell rang I went along with the others to the basement and partook of the evening meal, which was similar to dinner, except that there was a smaller bill of fare and more people, the women who are employed outside during the day having returned.
Any one looking over the Journals of the Second Session of the Tenth Parliament will see that there was a liberal bill of fare provided.
I hadn't counted on boxing lessons being on the bill of fare of the simple life, and it raised my hopes still further to see from that last sentence how we had grafted a little Union Stock Yards on his Back Bay Boston.
Fifty-six more noons to eat boiled cheese, meat stuffed with chili (red pepper), fish boiled in chili, with the fins, head, eyes, and tail still adhering, dolce (dessert) of fried pumpkin sprinkled with chili; fifty-six more suppers to eat the same bill of fare set up cold; fifty-six more evenings to wonder why pulgras and chinches were ever invented.