sandwich

[ sand-wich, san- ]SEE DEFINITION OF sandwich
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He turned and faced Percival, looking from him to his sandwich with vacant eyes.

He looked absently at the sandwich, and bit a generous semicircle into it.

Then there is the sandwich, which always finds a place in the luncheon.

"Not very much," was the answer, as Frank thought of the sandwich in the woods.

I think I'll take some of that red wine, whatever it is, and a sandwich.

Louise strolled to the sideboard and helped herself to a sandwich.

A sandwich set with any of the above articles, placed on the table at a little distance from each other, will look well.

One glass of lemonade, one sandwich, one biscuit—Oh dear me!

Before the cab could start again a line of sandwich men had passed in front of it.

Hired a team in Sandwich and another in Bayport and got to the tavern about eleven.

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