Definition of Antipasto

1. Noun. A course of appetizers in an Italian meal.

Generic synonyms: Appetiser, Appetizer, Starter



Definition of Antipasto

1. Noun. an Italian starter for a meal; normally a cold assortment of salami, cheese, seafood and vegetables ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Antipasto

1. [n ANTIPASTOS or ANTIPASTI]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Antipasto

antiparkinson
antiparkinson agents
antiparkinsonian
antiparkinsonians
antiparkinsons
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antiparties
antipartisan
antipartner
antipartners
antiparty
antipartyism
antipasti
antipasto (current term)
antipastos
antipatent
antipathetic
antipathetical
antipathetically
antipatheticalness
antipathic
antipathical
antipathically
antipathies
antipathist
antipathists
antipathize
antipathized

Literary usage of Antipasto

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1. Panama by Patricia Katzman (2006)
"I'ma pushover for his exquisite fettuccine Alfredo; with a crisp salad or antipasto, hot garlic bread and a glass of wine, it's heaven. ..."

2. Tuscany and Umbria by Emma Jones (2005)
"Both menus consist of an antipasto (starter), a primo piatto (the first course, generally pasta, rice or soup), a secondo piatto (the main course of meat or ..."

3. The Hotel St. Francis Cook Book by Victor Hirtzler (1919)
"FEBRUARY 6 BREAKFAST LUNCHEON Preserved figs antipasto Scrambled eggs ... antipasto. This is an Italian relish (hors d'oeuvre), and can be obtained in cans. ..."

4. Quebec by Francois Remillard (2003)
"antipasto $$•$$$ 855 Rue Ouimet •o(819) 425-7580 antipasto, in the former train station, is a decent place to stop for a bite. The walls are adorned with ..."

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