Definitions

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.

  • noun Plural form of pizzamaker.

Etymologies

Sorry, no etymologies found.

Examples

  • Bell is a Bowie-based lawyer with a knack for the headline-making case -- he's represented comedian D.L. Hughley and "Top Chef" contestant Timothy Dean in suits against local businesses, as well as himself in a complaint against Domino's over its refusal to deliver to certain neighborhoods (the Justice Department ultimately got the pizzamakers to agree to a nondiscriminatory policy).

    Lawyer Jimmy A. Bell goes after Landover nail salon for charging men more than women

  •             “The world has too many pilots and not enough pizzamakers,” added Johnny.

    Journey to Malta, from the novel "Grok"

  •             “The world has too many pilots and not enough pizzamakers,” added Johnny.

    Journey to Malta

  • However, the pizzamakers were not consistently following the standards requi

    PegasusNews.com stories

  • However, the pizzamakers were not consistently following the standards requi

    PegasusNews.com stories

  • The Pizzamaker Monument -- this statue pays homage to the pizzamakers of the world.

    Art Fag City

  • As has been noted elsewhere, the two pizzamakers there arrived in the U.S.

    Slice

  • The Pizzamaker Monument -- this statue pays homage to the pizzamakers of the world.

    Art Fag City

  • Glass panels let fans see Yankee-clad pizzamakers toss their dough and Lobel's butchers carve tomahawk steaks.

    Slashfood

  • (The flaw in Bob’s argument was the failure to show that the new right furthers the interests of society as a whole, as opposed to the narrow interests of the broadcasters or pizzamakers.)

    Felten’s Pizzaright Principle

Comments

Log in or sign up to get involved in the conversation. It's quick and easy.