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adjective as in intestinal

noun as in macaroni

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How to appreciate spaghetti squash without always pretending it’s pastaHoney Mustard Glazed Salmon With Endive and Green Apple Salad.

We often had spaghetti with mushrooms, which he called “shroons.”

Stir in the basil and serve over the roasted spaghetti squash.

So as the day wore on I joined a crowd on the roof of a restaurant and they fed us spaghetti.

This difference in gravity’s pull stretches the object into a thin string, like a piece of spaghetti.

The future congressman also had some spaghetti but no sauce.

A lot of spaghetti with marinara-type sauces are made with the packaged meats.

The ochre spaghetti you get looks steampunk, but tastes just fine.

Another shovels strings of rubber bands into his mouth like spaghetti, provoking more caterwauling from the judges.

And he bore an uncannily resemblance to the spaghetti monster sketch.

Gatti watched the fat, red faced man wielding fork and knife, eating the spaghetti with great relish.

La Villari had just begun her luncheon, and the spaghetti al burro e formaggio lay in a goodly heap of pale gold on her plate.

Italian opera was made possible by the discovery of spaghetti, the serpentine food that produces coloratura tissue.

There were cold raw oysters, bits of ice, thistles, cooked spaghetti and plain granulated sugar.

Boil a pound of spaghetti in three quarts of water and a little salt.


On this page you'll find 38 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to spaghetti, such as: abdominal, alimentary, bowel, celiac, duodenal, and gut.

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