Definition of Smorbrod
1. bread and butter [n -S]
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Literary usage of Smorbrod
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1. The Charm of Scandinavia by Francis Edward Clark, Sydney Clark (1914)
"to "caffe and smorbrod," for I wanted to indulge at the first opportunity in a genuine Swedish railway restaurant. Think of anticipating with pleasure a ..."
2. One Year in Sweden: Including a Visit to the Isle of Götland by Horace Marryat (1862)
"There are tables set out with coffee and smorbrod, much chaffering, much talking,—a fair's a fair all the world over. . It is held outside the southern gate ..."
3. With Old Glory in Berlin: The Story of a Young American Girl who Went to by Josephine Therese (1918)
"I rather enjoyed the smorbrod, a one-piece sandwich, if there can be such a thing; but in general the meals were too greasy to be pleasant to my American ..."
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