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2. Just dig into the roast turkey. Wish you a wonderful Thanksgiving!
3. Great boast, small roast.
4. I personally would rather roast a chicken whole.
5. Are you going to roast the chicken?
6. Put the meat into the oven to roast.
7. People in England often have roast beef and Yorkshire pudding for lunch on Sundays.
8. He was replete with roast duck.
9. We're going to lie in the sun and roast for two weeks.
10. A tantalising aroma of roast beef fills the air.
11. Just roast the chicken in the oven and baste it in oil and lemon.
12. He carved up the roast beef and gave each of us a portion.
13. It was always roast lamb and canned peas for Sunday lunch.
14. Truss the chicken before you roast it.
15. The main course was roast duck.
16. Roast the peppers until the skin begins to char and blister.
17. His mouth watered at the sight of roast.
18. In Britain, the traditional Sunday lunch consists of roast meat(sentencedict.com), potatoes and other vegetables.
19. We stabbed at the roast turkey with our forks.
20. The roast lamb was dry and overdone.
21. The roast Peking duck exuded a delicious aroma.
22. The recipe here is a pork roast adapted from Caroline O'Neill's book 'Louisiana Kitchen'.
23. He decided on roast chicken and vegetables, with apple pie to follow.
24. The main course of the feast was roast suckling pig.
24. Sentencedict.com is a sentence dictionary, on which you can find nice sentences for a large number of words.
25. Her husband's memories are of living off roast chicken and drinking whisky.
26. Let's have a nice roast for Sunday dinner.
27. She put a leg of mutton into the oven to roast it for supper.
28. In recent years there has been a noticeable decline in such venerable British institutions as afternoon tea and the Sunday roast.
29. She had finished the vegetables and was garnishing the roast.
30. Come into the kitchen. I've got to put the roast in.