Definition of Piedish

1. a deep dish for pie-making [n -ES]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Piedish

piechart
piecharts
piecing
piecings
piecrust
piecrusts
pied
pied-a-terre
pied-billed grebe
pied lemming
pied piper
pied wagtail
pied wagtails
piedfort
piedforts
piedish (current term)
piedishes
piedmont
piedmont fracture
piedmontite
piedmontites
piedmonts
piedness
piedouche
piedouches
piedra nostras
pieds-a-terre
pieds terminaux
piedstall

Literary usage of Piedish

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1. The English Humourists of the Eighteenth Century ; The Four Georges, Etc. by William Makepeace Thackeray, Felix Isman, Morris Edmund Speare, Lloyd R. Morris, George Simpson Marr (1917)
""The piedish" is the brief scene of the death of an old impenitent who hoped to cheat both death and his family by living to finish a ..."

2. Ireland's Literary Renaissance by Ernest Augustus Boyd (1922)
"The piedish (1908), though a trifle, contained further evidence of promise, ... Resting upon misapprehension, The piedish could not, for several years, ..."

3. The Celtic Dawn: A Survey of the Renascence in Ireland, 1889-1916 by Lloyd R. Morris (1917)
""The piedish" is the brief scene of the death of an old impenitent who hoped to cheat both death and his family by living to finish a ..."

4. Ireland's Literary Renaissance: Further Reviews of Diaries from the by Arthur Ponsonby Ponsonby (1922)
"The piedish (1908), though a trifle, contained further evidence of promise, ... Resting upon misapprehension, The piedish could not, for several years, ..."

5. The "Queen" Cookery Books by S. Beaty-Pownall (1904)
"A layer of apricot jam at the bottom of the piedish is an immense improvement. ... Line a piedish pretty thickly with apricot jam, pour the above mixture, ..."

6. Through Norway with a Knapsack by William Mattieu Williams (1876)
"It was that the talk should stand behind the lady's chair, so that he could reach the piedish over her shoulder, and while I diverted the attention of the ..."

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