Similar words: ghetto, setting, vetting, pettish, forgetting, petticoat, pettifogger, get the better of. Meaning: [spə'getɪ] n. 1. spaghetti served with a tomato sauce 2. pasta in the form of long strings.
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1 Boil plenty of salted water, then add the spaghetti.
2 Spaghetti is one of my favorite foods.
3 He's a dab hand at cooking spaghetti.
4 She ate three platefuls of spaghetti.
5 Can you drain the spaghetti, please ?
6 Eating spaghetti can be a messy business.
7 Nicholas ate a dish of spaghetti.
8 Is the spaghetti ready yet, Dad?
9 I don't like tinned tomatoes/spaghetti/milk.
10 He poked at the spaghetti with a fork.
11 Melissa piled spaghetti onto her plate.
12 Stephen ate three plates of spaghetti.
13 The waiter appeared with a huge mound of spaghetti.
14 Put the spaghetti into plenty of boiling salted water.
15 If you're very hungry a double helping of spaghetti should fit the bill!
16 She ate three plates of spaghetti and a dessert? That's impossible. I don't believe it!
17 Spaghetti, lasagne, vermicelli, ravioli and canneloni are all types of pasta.
18 Drain the spaghetti well.
19 The waiter brought us two heaping plates of spaghetti.
20 Put the spaghetti into boiling, salted water.
21 A good day's diet is spaghetti bolognaise for tea.
22 We grin at each other through forkfuls of spaghetti.
23 Serve the spaghetti with the clam sauce poured over.
24 Could you stir the spaghetti sauce for me?
25 And how did she eat spaghetti through a beak?
26 Here's how to eat spaghetti properly: 1.
27 Sugared spaghetti with glazed meatballs and honeydew spinach.
28 Ann's making her special spaghetti sauce.
29 The most complicated motorway interchange in Britain is known as Spaghetti Junction.
30 He's no slouch in the kitchen—you should try his spaghetti bolognese.
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