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- n. A board used for serving cheeses.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. a board on which cheeses are served.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. tray on which cheeses are served
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These are wines to be enjoyed at the end of the meal with the cheeseboard, or with rich stews and gamey dishes.
And I meant a cheeseboard after a meal, not a game.
And I couldn't help thinking – with the surefire horrors of the Great War to come – that JK might have peaked a little early, blubbing-wise, not least since Auntie Marian said Louis had been awarded the Légion d'honneur, which presumably wasn't for his mastery of the cheeseboard.
Lilly, newly returned and heavy once more beneath her skulls, traced the outrage of a pinion koala on the lifeboat, her finish slowly coming to a hammer then tapping like a television as she circled her cheeseboard against the woodpile, leaving one pallbearer sundae, one bloomer sprain.
Choose three to five selections and pair your cheeseboard with organic fresh fruit, unsweetened and sulphur dioxide-free dried fruit, and fiber-rich nuts.
No port with the cheeseboard - no cheeseboard unless it's low-fat cottage cheese.
A pony named Steve, his orange mane painted blue, blue like the evening sky, as he gallops into the basement to acquire the ancient flatware and a rotting cheeseboard covered in the mold of their moral dysentery.
Food blog: what should Matthew Fort have on his Christmas cheeseboard?
However, an excellent – almost instinctive blocking parry by the experienced Norwich goalkeeper, Stan Mankyvest, with the cheeseboard, meant that the second quarter began with both teams equal.
There are chestnuts, too, like Nixon's 1952 "Checkers speech," so remarkable a slice off the American cheeseboard that it still astonishes: Such shameless sentimentality to save a dog and a career.