[ sand-wich, san- ]
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.


I would to-day if I were going up there, and Mrs. Mason would give me some sandwiches.

Whisky and soda, wine and sandwiches were upon the sideboard.

He stood a while to look at the glory of the sky, and munched his sandwiches while he looked.

He took the sandwiches from her and went off to the bottom fields.

"No—I'll have the boy bring in some sandwiches," Thorpe decided.

Then she unrolled her own package of sandwiches, and proceeded to munch one.

These sandwiches are not covered with a second slice of bread.

If well made, they are the most elaborate and dainty of all sandwiches.

These sandwiches are exceedingly nice to serve for afternoon teas.

These sandwiches are better made from crackers than from bread.