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  • n. Plural form of calzone.


Sorry, no etymologies found.


  • I adore potatoes in calzones and on pizza, and your photos will make me dream of them tonight!

    HHDD: Pizza!

  • I said yes, and ended up with a house full of girls making Pizza Benders aka calzones or pizza pockets, doing wild hair-dos and watching movies until 10:00 p.m.

    Too Much

  • The men generally wear white 'calzones', loose fitting white shirts, and straw hats.

    Puebla: traveling the Central High Plains of Mexico

  • Again, all 3 women were on the floor while I felt like I was standing there in my calzones.

    Developing An Ear for Spanish

  • All I've ever heard up here in the wilds of Sinaloa is calzones.


  • And yes, chonitos is the baby-talk diminutive for calzones.


  • Chonitos is a slang diminutive form for calzones, kinda like baby talk.


  • I have no notion about how bustling Bella Nonna's business was before it fell behind in the rent, though I suspect that the lack of cars out front during peak pizza hours was a major clue that it wasn't selling enough slices, calzones, and garlic knots to keep its ovens operating.

    Lita Smith-Mines: Slicing Away Some of Suburbia

  • Available calzones include one with mozzarella, smoked ham, ricotta, and parmesan cheese, left.

    A Slice for San Jose

  • A New York man who pleaded guilty to murder in Oregon in exchange for buckets of fried chicken will get calzones and ...

    Darya Pino: 10 Reasons To Never Eat Free Food


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