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  • n. Plural form of nonperishable.


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  • In reality, I should have been hunting to preserve my nonperishables, and I may begin to do so as soon as I feel a little stronger.

    Day by Day Armageddon: Beyond Exile

  • I set one of the large rattraps along the fence in an attempt to conserve my nonperishables.

    Day by Day Armageddon: Beyond Exile

  • If you schedule this stuff in advance (for instance, buying the nonperishables a week ahead of time), you won't find yourself running around like a turkey with its head cut off the day before Thanksgiving, only to find that there are no, absolutely no, breadcrumbs left in any store.

    Maria Rodale: The Great Thanksgiving Countdown

  • Stockpiling nonperishables that we know we'll be needing in the next year: things like a year's supply of Claritin for Wayne, enough cold medicine to see us through the flu season to spring, and enough supplies in the pantry that we could live comfortably for a while amid the hordes of looters and zombies.

    Cat Rambo

  • For nonperishables, consumers would shop more on the Internet and less at drive-and-haul malls.

    Capitalism 3.0~ Chapter 9

  • According to Adweek, in connection with Mellencamp's Farm Aid, the ad campaign included a caravan that traveled raising funds and collecting nonperishables for charity.

    As American as Baseball, Hot Dogs, Apple Pie and Profiting from Human Misery - Tuned In -

  • For now though the goods will consist only of nonperishables -- things like cereal, microwave popcorn and canned soup.

    CNN Transcript Jun 16, 2006

  • While most of us visit a local market several times a week for quick purchases of fresh produce, milk, or fish, it still makes sense to set aside one marketing trip each week to restock nonperishables and storable items such as cleaning or laundering materials, paper goods, canned goods, frozen goods, and other packaged goods.


  • Next, pick out nonperishables: canned and bottled things and anything else that you will store outside the refrigerator or freezer, such as sugar, salt, dry cereal, flour, canned and room-temperature bottled foods.


  • Create your shopping lists: Grocery store lists for nonperishables, bar supplies, perishables, and last-minute items like ice.

    The Art and Craft of Entertaining


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