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A sandwich.‘jonesing for a pastrami sammich’
- ‘I don't cook 'em very often, but home cooked, cured ham is just so much better than manufactured ham slices that you buy in the store to use on sammiches.’
- ‘Here at the convention there isn't that much to do right now other than eat tiny quiches an finger sammiches an hang out at panels drinkin wine but we're still havin an ok time with that.’
- ‘What you should have is a nice sammich.’
- ‘I had an excellent bacon cheeseburger with fries, and Jenn had a life-changing pulled pork sammich.’
- ‘On my way to get a sammich I thought about what the 'solution' for this might be - a best-of-both-worlds scenario.’
- ‘On a side note, next time you go to CFA, get provolone and bacon on your chikin sammich.’
- ‘Avocado's good on my sammich, but it kinda takes away from the flavor of the bologna.’
- ‘Mmm grilled cheese sammiches!’
- ‘If I want to think ten moves ahead, and have time to eat a sammich while I'm thinking, I'll play chess.’
1940s: representing a pronunciation of sandwich.
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