Similar words: which, think twice, sand, worldwide, accord with, peasant, sanction, chitosan. Meaning: ['sændwɪtʃ /'sænwɪdʒ] n. two (or more) slices of bread with a filling between them. v. 1. make into a sandwich 2. insert or squeeze tightly between two people or objects.
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(1) He is having a sandwich triangle.
(2) I made a chicken sandwich for myself.
(3) To make a ham sandwich you put a slice of ham between two slices of bread.
(4) I'm very busy but I'll try to sandwich that job in between visitors.
(5) We went for a sandwich lunch at the local bar.
(6) You had better rinse the sandwich down with a glass of milk.
(7) Would you like a sandwich?
(8) The sandwich bar is generally packed at lunchtimes.
(9) She nibbled at a sandwich .
(10) Let's grab a sandwich before we go.
(11) Here's some money. Get yourself a sandwich or something.
(12) If that sandwich is going begging, I'll have it.
(13) Get your filthy mitts off my sandwich!
(14) That sandwich really filled me up.
(15) Let's grab a quick sandwich and watch TV.
(16) The sandwich took the edge off my appetite.
(17) Can I have a bite of your sandwich?
(18) That bacon sandwich really hit the spot!
(19) A bite had been taken out of my sandwich.
(20) What would you like in your sandwich?
(21) I usually have a sandwich for lunch.
(22) The dog's hungry eyes were on my sandwich.
(23) I ordered a beer and a sandwich.
(24) Will you share your sandwich with me?
(25) He slapped mustard on the sandwich. Sentencedict.com
(26) She took a couple of bites of the sandwich.
(27) I'm sure I can rustle you up a sandwich.
(28) Can I have a toasted sandwich, please?
(29) He's one sandwich short of a picnic .
(30) Sandwich the cakes together with cream.
More similar words: which, think twice, sand, worldwide, accord with, peasant, sanction, chitosan.