dish[ dish ]SEE DEFINITION OF dish
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DISH
Just after the second dish, out stept my mother—A word with you, sister Hervey!
It was introduced into England as an epicure's dish in the seventeenth century.
Add the salt and water, cover the dish and place in the oven.
It don't lack much of being a dish rag, now, if I'm any judge.
Miss North put her mother into a big chair, and hurried to bring a dish of curds.
The cream was skimmed off, and only very thin milk was left in the dish.
There was some mistake, some confusion, or perhaps some dish out of order.
Serve them up hot, with the gravy in the bottom of the dish.
Then another layer of meat, potato, &c., till the dish is full.
Do not split it in half when you dish it, as is the practice with some cooks.