from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Concave.
- adj. Slanting toward one another at the bottom. Used of a pair of wheels.
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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of dish.
- adj. Shaped like a dish; concave.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Concave, as a dish; hollowed out.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. shaped like a dish or pan
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One of my kids favorite dished is papas con chorizo.
The Senators captain dished off to defenseman Tom Preissing before moving to the point to receive Heatley's setup pass.
Carrying down the left side, Oleg Saprykin dished to Martin
Damone Brown collected 12 points and seven rebounds and Griffin dished out nine assists for Syracuse, which connected on 46 percent (24-of-52) of its shots.
Rookie Marcus Fizer scored 14 points and grabbed eight rebounds, while El-Amin dished our nine assists.
Genpact claims it€ ™ s not just another acronym dished out overnight but a rigorous scientific methodology for managing processes.
It means he faces about half the prison term dished out to the Seattle girl
The long toe becomes "dished" -- that is, concave from the coronet to the ground -- the long quarters curl forward and inward and often completely cover the frog and lead to contraction of the heels, or the whole hoof bends outward or inward, and a crooked foot, or, even worse,
The jail terms dished out to Jordan Blackshaw, 20, and Perry Sutcliffe-Keenan, 22, are the most severe yet to be handed out by UK courts following disorder in London and other English cities.
While 85 percent of the company's clientele is military, with challenge coins dished out for good conduct or promotions, in the past four or five years the business has attracted a string of corporate clients.