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
Because of the specialization and market saturation, teams might be inclined to wait and sample from a mid-round smorgasbord than spend too much of their capital on one player up high.
The 40 race tracks of Bexar County, a list compiled by Mabrito and the late Charlie McQueen, represents a smorgasbord of racing’s various niches.
The evening's lone Mellow MoonPie award went to the patrons of Room 1, who not only stocked a smorgasbord of great chicken, but also had a working transporter in the corner, no doubt pillaged from the USS Enterprise orbiting above.
But even that's not enough: starting Friday, February 9, Mr. Sexyback himself will open a pop-up in New York City that's a veritable smorgasbord of menswear collaborations.
At that time, the market had been riding high, buoyed, in part, by Trump’s signature on legislation that will lower the corporate tax rate and offer a smorgasbord of other goodies to businesses.
Registration is now open for the 39th annual smorgasbord of games and sports.
Before the speech, the GOP group munched on a smorgasbord of food and watched a large TV screen where Fox News pundits discussed expectations for the address.
From a free vinyl smorgasbord to a Hello Kitty pop up Pacific Standard Time: Live Arts LA/LA January 11-21 The Getty’s initiative uniting the art of Latin America and L.A. barrels onward with a blitz of live shows organized by REDCAT.
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Origin and Etymology of smorgasbord
First Known Use: 1879See Words from the same year
agglomerate, agglomeration, assortment, clutter, collage, grab bag, hash, hodgepodge, hotchpotch, jumble, litter, medley, mélange, miscellany, mishmash, mixed bag, motley, muddle, olio, olla podrida, omnium-gatherum, patchwork, potpourri, ragbag, rummage, salmagundi, scramble, shuffle, tumble, variety, welter;
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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