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  • n. Plural form of veggieburger.


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  • I have to warn you that you are part of a very tiny minority of the population that I am planning to ignore until all the fast food restaurants are restricting their offering to veggieburgers, but still, good for you for having strong convictions.

    Dan Collins: Good Riddance to Canada Geese

  • Nearly 13 years later, he's still eating veggieburgers instead of chopped-liver sandwiches, and he now manages Alpine hikes in Switzerland without pain.

    Healer Of Hearts

  • Cooked-fruitarians claim they can eat everything from pasta marinara minus oregano, soy veggieburgers hold the lettuce and onions, and peanut butter and jelly sandwiches.

    The Fruit Hunters

  • We were making scrumptious veggieburgers din-dins for our menfolk to eat once they jumped out of the surf.


  • The menu posted on the wall behind her offered vegetable soup, veggieburgers, oat bran cookies, yogurt, apple juice, and herb tea.

    The Cat Who Moved A Mountain

  • A vegetarian Hindu, Dr Pachauri not only used highly tendentious figures to promote his cause but said nothing about the contribution made to global warming by India's 400 million sacred cows, which presumably would still be free to vent wind even if the rest of humanity is converted to eating veggieburgers.


  • I told him to pick me up at Sugar’s nursing home after work, knowing that by the time Fernando figured out that I was not at Sugar’s, Java the Hut would be closed and we would be barbecuing veggieburgers and Fernando would be in love with Sugar.



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