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noun as in plate

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Miriam’s unabashed enjoyment of her tropical drink and pu pu platter unlock something deep in Rachel’s soul.

You might not be able to squeeze in a sharing platter of leftovers, but you will be able to fit enough dino nuggets to satisfy your sudden craving.

Place the chicken on a platter and refrigerate, uncovered, for at least 2 hours and preferably overnight, up to 24 hours.

When they log into the Amazon bucket, it’s all right there on a silver platter.

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Let the cookies cool completely on the pan before transferring them to a rack or platter.

Picking at an appetizer veggie platter is a good option as well.

A Wikipedia that we create in common is more mean­ingful than would be the same Wikipedia handed to us on a platter.

“All that blood and treasure and we might as well have handed Baghdad to Tehran on a platter,” I shouted.

Even when presented with a gorgeous sashimi platter, Lavigne still waxes poetic about that commercial Kitty.

She batted her blue eyes at the camera; they were like diamond studs over a silver platter lake.

Thou blind Pharisee, cleanse first the inside of the cup and of the platter, that the outside thereof may become clean also.

Fanchon's grandmother stirs up the drowsy fire; then she breaks the eggs on the black earthenware platter.

As fast as they were ready, Tim Reardon carried them to the table, where they were heaped up on a big earthen platter.

It was quite a surprise to them all when they raised their eyes from the platter and saw Woot the Wanderer standing beside Ozma.

So now, as all eyes were turned upon the platter, the form of Mrs. Yoop gradually changed again.


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On this page you'll find 14 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to platter, such as: disc, dish, disk, tray, charger, and record.

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