Definition of Appetizers

1. Noun. (plural of appetizer) ¹



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Definition of Appetizers

1. appetizer [n] - See also: appetizer

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Appetizers

appetite
appetite depressants
appetite juice
appetite regulation
appetite stimulants
appetite suppressant
appetiteless
appetites
appetition
appetitive
appetitive behaviour
appetitively
appetize
appetized
appetizer
appetizers (current term)
appetizes
appetizing
appetizingly
appetizingness
applagin
applanation
applanation tonometer
applanometry
applaud
applaudable
applaudably
applauded
applauder
applauders

Literary usage of Appetizers

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1. How to Use a Chafing Dish: By Mrs. S. T. Rorer by Sarah Tyson Heston Rorer (1912)
"They are known in the cooking world as appetizers, and are nice to serve as first course at ... All these appetizers are seasoned with a few drops of onion ..."

2. Standard Paper-bag Cookery by Emma Paddock Telford (1912)
"appetizers AND RELISHES. appetizers play a very important part now-a-days in all up-to-date establishments and even in modest homes where they are not only ..."

3. What to Have for Luncheon by Mary Johnson Lincoln (1904)
"appetizers THE appetizers are usually placed on the luncheon table, in fancy, or appropriate dishes, and passed with their respective courses. ..."

4. Nyal Cook Book: Practical Recipes that Have Been Tested in Actual Use by Janet McKenzie Hill (1916)
"... CHAPTER I appetizers appetizers are served at the beginning of luncheon or dinner and, occasionally, as a prelude to a banquet or a chafing-dish supper. ..."

5. Good Things: Ethical Recipes for Feast Days and Other Days, with Graces for by Isabel Goodhue (1911)
"... Hygienic appetizers WORRY is an ingredient that is apt to slip into almost any preparation. Try to assist it to jump from the frying-pan into the fire. ..."

6. The Portland Woman's Exchange Cook Book by Portland Woman's Exchange (Or.) (1913)
"appetizers Shad Roe Relish. Boil shad roe until well cooked, in salted water. When cool, fry in butter until a golden brown, and set away to chill. ..."

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