Definition of Smorbrod

1. bread and butter [n -S]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Smorbrod

smoothing iron
smoothing irons
smoothing plane
smoothingly
smoothings
smoothish
smoothly
smoothness
smoothnesses
smooths
smoothsort
smoothy
smooting
smoots
smorat
smorbrod (current term)
smorbrods
smore
smored
smores
smorgasbord
smorgasbords
smoring
smorzando
smorzato
smote
smoterlich
smother
smothered
smotherer

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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