from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- v. Present participle of dish.
- adj. Shaped like a dish; concave.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Dish-shaped; concave.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Taking or having the form of a dish; concave; hollowing: as, a dishing wheel; the lay of the ground was slightly dishing.
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The truck will be at their regular Tuesday spot (38th & 5th Ave), but will begin dishing out the sweets a little later from 2 or 2: 30 and stay open until 5 or 5: 30.
I have to admit I ` m unconvinced about the role of the state in dishing out growth.
We have a lot of negative lingo: “comment spam” (which I excel in dishing out here), “stfu” (popular on quite a number of sites with Open Threads), “splogs,” “spam sites …”
Mergers with metropolitan parties in London or Dublin are the product of wishful thinking, the dream of achieving the nirvanas of a secure Union or Irish unity by the back door - and in the short term dishing the Shinners or the DUP.
Think about movies like The Happening … it had a secret but people relished in dishing the secret to people who hadn’t seen it.
Peach, Mondo, and Andy safe and send them back to what I am now calling the dishing area.
The guests being now come, Agnes dished up the four-hours -- if that can be called dishing up when there were no dishes!
You will find friendly counter-help, dressed in T-shirts lettered with the name Eltana in Hebrew, dishing up a vegetarian menu.
How Tragic Kingdom Saved My Life and while that particular album didn't evoke a similar response in me, I adore the idea of dishing the music that's been instrumental in one's life.
In central Ohio, the standard term for line-jumping/pushing in/budging/cutting, etc. is 'dishing' or 'ditching.'