Examples of smorgasbord in a Sentence
every day the director has to first deal with a smorgasbord of problems before he can begin filming
Recent Examples of smorgasbord from the Web
The personal smorgasbord is $59.99 and feeds four to six people.
Discount companies such as Spirit Airlines and Norwegian dangle rock-bottom fares, hoping to collect on a smorgasbord of add-on charges for luggage, meals, boarding order, seat assignments and in some cases, even water onboard.
Downtown parks are going STEM Parks in downtown Detroit on Friday kicked off a STEM smorgasbord of free activities to go along with the competition.
The smorgasbord of classic games runs the gamut, from racing and combat games to Space Invaders and Pinball machines.
Suddenly, there’s a smorgasbord of common sense laid out at the same time.
Today's list brings the usual smorgasbord of laptop and desktop sales, including a number of discounts on Lenovo ThinkPad laptops.
Hillary and the Dems talked about various government regulations and programs, and the usual smorgasbord of issues that carried no emotionally resonate energy or believability.
The morning’s tide was the waiter, bearing a silvery smorgasbord to a considerable and diverse bunch of hungry customers, most but certainly not all of them wearing fins and scales.
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SMORGASBORD Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of smorgasbord for English Language Learners
: a meal with many different foods that are placed on a large table so that people can serve themselves
: a large mixture of many different things
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