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bill of fare

noun
1.
a list of foods that are served; menu.
2.
the program of entertainment, as at a theater.
Origin
1630-1640
1630-40
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  • Is able to read a menu, bill of fare or any other listings in various community establishments.
  • Swarms of carrion crows settle on the tops of the trees, and with loud croaks announce the bill of fare of the tempting banquet.
  • At several places butter, cheese and meat were added to this bill of fare.
British Dictionary definitions for bill of fare

bill of fare

noun
1.
another name for menu
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