bill of fare

noun
1.
a list of foods that are served; menu.
2.
the program of entertainment, as at a theater.

Origin:
1630–40

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bill of fare
 
n
another name for menu

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Example sentences
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.
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