cafeteria[ kaf-i-teer-ee-uh ]SEE DEFINITION OF cafeteria
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CAFETERIA
Near noon he set himself to watch the entrance of the cafeteria.
He hated to admit, as he stood there in the drizzle, his defeat by a cafeteria check.
Half the compartments in the area were deserted, the men leaving for the cafeteria.
But cafeterias are very fine for those who have cafeteria sense.
They are cafeteria wise, they have a cafeteria class consciousness.
Those who are cafeteria wise can choose a good meal for 28 cents or 33 cents at the most.
Irvin Cobb says that this is the cafeteria belt of which Los Angeles is the buckle.
The serving was cafeteria style and 2,000 could be seated at a time.
Judged from every outward appearance, the cafeteria was up to standard.
With his "knowledge of the business," he should have made a success of this cafeteria of his.