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noun as in dessert

noun as in pastry

noun as in sweets

noun as in tart


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Example Sentences

A lot of times, somebody’s “secret family recipe” for pumpkin pie is just the recipe off the back of the can of Libby’s pumpkin puree.

From Eater

Others, fearing the potential for super-spreaders to hide among the pie stands and farm rows, worry that travelers could bring a second wave of infections to their doorsteps.

From Eater

With about 79% of private employers with 500 or more employees self-funding their health-care benefits, Verily is betting it can grab a piece of a very large pie.

From Fortune

The pie is not fixed, and our interactions may be more positive-sum than not.

“Screaming, marching and signs are not the whole pie,” he said.

The process of co-opting black music and selling it back to the adoring public in whiteface is as American as apple pie.

Not enough black films are being made to warrant a piece of the pie.

This is a twist on a classic American pot pie but dressed up for company.

Think one small piece of pie or a half-cup of eggnog, says Zied, will do the trick.

Another vital way to expand the pie is to collaborate with industry partners.

Having achieved this feat he sighed again, and applied himself assiduously to the pie.

I want Mis' Calvert to taste it, an' when she does she'll say she never knew before what cherry pie could be!

Mis' Spencer, you set that cherry pie o' yourn on this particular spot an' figure of this table-cloth!

I dont think much of this jam pie, complained Chet, holding up a wedge that he had taken from his sisters basket.

Tessa was shallow and she sighed and asked her if she would take apple pie.

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On this page you'll find 57 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to pie, such as: cake, candy, confection, cookie, fruit, and ice cream.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.