Definitions

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  • n. Alternative spelling of pirozhki.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • n. small fruit or meat turnover baked or fried

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Examples

  • Anda Piroshki's potato piroshki enhanced by a little dill pickle juice mixed in, the wickedly wonderful Nutella strawberry concoction from the Crème Brûlee Cart, pastrami sliders and an egg cream from Wise Sons.

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  • Anda Piroshki's potato piroshki enhanced by a little dill pickle juice mixed in, the wickedly wonderful Nutella strawberry concoction from the Crème Brûlee Cart, pastrami sliders and an egg cream from Wise Sons.

    Mary Rose: Melting Pot Musings

  • Elena ordered a full Russian feast of chebureki, chicken Kiev, piroshki, blini, and, my absolute favorite, black caviar.

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  • It's a hot pocket without the microwave, a calzone for the non-Italian, an empanada for the initiated, a piroshki that isn't Greek to me.

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  • “Tough guy,” he says, and walks off toward the samovars of tea, and the trays heaped with dilled herring, with fish glistening in the ruby glaze of pomegranate sauce, and with about a million different kinds of piroshki.

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  • Myra put the empty drink containers and napkins into the empty piroshki bag and folded down the neck of the bag.

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  • She took a long drag, then rifled the bag for a fresh piroshki.

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  • Every now and then Ginny would walk over and lean down for a bite of Myra's piroshki.

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  • Let's face it, they'd really rather be known for the best piroshki in the world.

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  • I see waste traders and venture capitalists, piroshki and skewered lamb.

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