eatables

[ ee-tuh-buh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF eatables

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR EATABLES

In return for this service of theirs, the crows and foxes share in all man's eatables.

After a spell I got up and took account of stock, as you might say, of the eatables in the shanty.

But he was surprised to see the variety of eatables upon that table.

The fellow had provided all these eatables himself in the way of business.

We must get a supply of eatables to-night or in the morning.

Many places in the city were named from eatables or other articles that were sold in them.

We tried some of these, and found them most delicious, as indeed were all the other eatables we consumed.

She might restrict my eatables, but I'd be hanged if I was going to have her meddle with my drinks.

Calm is restored at last; the next day we get the nurses to buy us some eatables.

Fragments of biscuit, with other débris of eatables, not known to Indians, were evidence of this.

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