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smorgasbord

noun as in buffet-style food

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noun as in varied assortment

noun as in miscellany of food

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The book is more than a smorgasbord—it’s like a World’s Fair international food pavilion bound between covers.

The reason to read this book is not so much that it contains a recipe for anything — unless you’re baking, there may be no such thing — but rather that it offers a smorgasbord of ideas from which you can pick and choose what works for you.

For a monthly fee, gamers can get access to a smorgasbord of titles to choose from, or play their own on pricey hardware.

From Time

All of these should play well with a smorgasbord of foods and help set a holiday mood.

In the upcoming year, tech companies plan to push a smorgasbord of policy changes, each of which will have its own political implications.

From Fortune

Holding the architectural smorgasbord of a castle together was cement, wire, and mortar.

It’s arguably the best film of the ‘90s—a postmodern pop culture smorgasbord awash in nihilism and dripping with retro cool.

In Magnolia (1999)—“a smorgasbord of pleasure, that movie”—he played opposite Tom Cruise as a nurse.

And there is an intellectual smorgasbord of policy lunches, coffees, and evening lectures, most of it open to the public.

Beck's been pumping up this super-patriot smorgasbord since last November.

There she was, five foot eleven of big, bouncy, blonde smorgasbord.

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On this page you'll find 20 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to smorgasbord, such as: buffet, and salad bar.

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