Synonyms for pretzels

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From chocolate and macaroons to pretzels and white radishes!

I should think your teacher would lose her taste for pretzels.

There is no admission fee, but the expenses are supposed to be met by the sale of beer, wine, pretzels and Frankfurt sausages.

Stewart, lowering a window, bought from a boy on the platform beer and sausages and a bag of pretzels.

So the bunny did, finding it very good, and made from cabbage and pretzels and then he went home to his stump bungalow.

Therefore, choosing vines or violets, pictures or pretzels, each with his nickel helps to determine what shall be produced.

The music stops with a last protesting wail of the violin, and the musicians hurry away after their beer and pretzels.

Each told what he had drunk and how much cheese or how many hard-boiled eggs he had added; the pretzels were free.

Den if dere iss food to eat I dinks me dot I don't need to eat my pretzels.

At such times "lager" and pretzels flow like milk and honey from his generous hand.