Is that mass of cream cheese you put on a bagel a schemer or a shmeer?
Teachout took a question on redistricting and another on her favorite kind of bagel.
Because it was midday, I had gotten a bagel with cream cheese that I planned to eat after.
She's sitting quietly, Q-Tip hair and all, having a bagel with cream cheese and Earl Grey tea.
As the seatbelt clicked, Mr. Klein said, “I wish I were where that bagel is.”
He puts a bagel in the conveyer toaster, but it never comes out the other end.
I love to break the fast with herring and with the very American bagel, lox, and cream cheese.
There was one bagel, which a woman snapped up for her 10-year-old son.
For better or worse, jazz is turning into the music you hear when you drink coffee and munch on a donut or bagel.
But donner and bagel, what need you be so curious about the life of this boy, who is neither your bloot nor kin?
1919, from Yiddish beygl, from Middle High German boug- "ring, bracelet," from Old High German boug "a ring," related to Old English beag "ring" (in poetry, an Anglo-Saxon lord was beaggifa "ring-giver"), from Proto-Germanic *baugaz-, from PIE root *bheug- (3) "to bend," with derivatives referring to bent, pliable, or curved objects (cf. Old High German biogan "to bend;" see bow (v.)).
A tennis set won 6–0 •The term, said to have been coined by Eddie Gibbs, has spread to other sports, where it often means ''zero, zip''
[1980s+; fr the shape of a bagel, fr Yiddish beygl, of uncertain origin but attested fr the early 1600s]