Helpings Sentence Examples

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  • Fred said he was too mind-stuffed with all these goings-on to eat a bite of supper, but when Cynthia supplied cold chicken and potato salad, he ate two helpings, just out of politeness.

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  • The three of them ate four helpings of veal and ham with french beans - Jobling had two.

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  • Be extra conscientious about getting five helpings of fruit and vegetables a day.

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  • Many of the public houses, tea rooms and restaurants in the area serve generous helpings of home-cooked local foods prepared to traditional recipes.

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  • The Officers Mess was full of members from both the Royal Engineers and ICE South, who tucked into generous helpings of curry!

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  • Curries are superb value at £ 4.65, and come with huge helpings of vegetables and rice.

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  • Apologies to the members of the Science Support Network who already have had large helpings of such stuff!

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  • The key to catching your share of fish is to use big helpings of fresh peeler crab or jelly softies.

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  • My companion had several helpings of the pork dish which he said were flavorsome.

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  • The pegs by the chalets are popular and the fish see regular helpings of grub that include hemp and pellets.

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  • As it was, the helpings are generous, and by the time I'd finished, I was completely sated.

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  • Just ruddy guess Dessert is n't Dessert without Second Helpings.

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  • As it was, the helpings are generous, and by the time I 'd finished, I was completely sated.

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  • I'm already planning how to work it into some of my favorite eye looks of the season, which usually include generous helpings of black, gold and gray.

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  • You'll eat normal-size helpings of great foods, like chicken, beef, fish, and shrimp.

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  • She ate fast and had second helpings.

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  • A great piece which we should really have second helpings of in the future.

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