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hors doeuvre

See definition of hors doeuvre on Dictionary.com
  • as intaste
  • as inhors d'oeuvre
  • as inappetizer

synonyms for hors doeuvre

  • bit
  • bite
  • touch
  • appetizer
  • dash
  • drop
  • fragment
  • hint
  • morsel
  • mouthful
  • nip
  • sampling
  • sip
  • spoonful
  • sprinkling
  • suggestion
  • swallow
  • tidbit
  • tincture
  • titbit
  • trifle
  • whiff
  • wink
  • canapé
  • hors d'oeuvre
  • soupçon
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antonyms for hors doeuvre

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  • lot
    • meal
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    How to use hors doeuvre in a sentence

    There is reason to believe they lost about twelve men killed, thirty-five wounded, and thirty-two horses hors de combat.
    THE BRITISH EXPEDITION TO THE CRIMEAWILLIAM HOWARD RUSSELL
    I wouldn't have troubled you to send for me, only the tandem's hors de combat.
    FRANK FAIRLEGHFRANK E. SMEDLEY
    He that's mann'd wi' boys and hors'd wi' colts will hae his meat eaten and his wark ill done.
    THE PROVERBS OF SCOTLANDALEXANDER HISLOP
    In the hors d'uvres and cold meat section, you had your choice of the cheapest and the most expensive variety of tempting morsels.
    PARIS VISTASHELEN DAVENPORT GIBBONS
    Two thousand six hundred men are hors de combat; and the chivalrous Potty is himself seriously hurt.
    THE WORKS OF ROBERT LOUIS STEVENSON - SWANSTON EDITION VOL. XXII (OF 25)ROBERT LOUIS STEVENSON
    Fully one third of the troops which had paraded at dawn in full confidence of success were now hors-de-combat.
    PONCE DE LEONWILLIAM PILLING
    The man stepped forward, but Tempest was too quick for him, and a well-aimed thrust with the sword placed the man hors de combat.
    THE CRUISE OF THE "LIVELY BEE"JOHN DE MORGAN
    The sweetmeats or hors d'oeuvre of the older caterings for that taste are here collected together to form a pièce de résistance.
    THE ENGLISH NOVELGEORGE SAINTSBURY
    All who did not accept the Christian faith were sweepingly denounced as infidels and therefore hors de la loi.
    HUMANITY'S GAIN FROM UNBELIEFCHARLES BRADLAUGH
    I began, however, to be apprehensive that he would soon be put hors de combat, by losing the use of his peepers.
    BLACKWOOD'S EDINBURGH MAGAZINE, VOLUME 67, NO. 411, JANUARY 1850VARIOUS
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