Seventeen magazine is the Cosmopolitan for teens, dishing out one wild—and unbelievable—piece of advice after another.
Republicans, once the broccoli party, were now dishing out ice cream.
Despite whatever acidic rhetoric Latino leaders are dishing out toward Obama today, I would expect that will change this fall.
Jane was dishing out his prunes from a vegetable dish into a blue willow saucer, and had seen nothing.
But there he was, taking orders and dishing out drinks with an attitude as solemn and impersonal as an owl on a tree branch.
"So it's up to you to 'gobble and git,'" quoted Amy, dishing out the preserves with a lavish hand.
He was just dishing out his rude supper when the feet of a horse on the log bridge announced a visitor.
Hetty was dishing out fragrant, warmed-over stew into three lunch dishes on the table.
I stuck my head into the breakfast-room where Priapus was just dishing out the bacon and eggs.
We'll wait and send Everett a photagraf of me and you dishing out molasses and lard as grocer clerks.
Old English disc "plate, bowl, platter," from Latin discus "dish, platter, quoit," from Greek diskos "disk, platter" (see disk). A common West Germanic borrowing; Old High German borrowed the word as tisc "plate," but German tisch now means "table," in common with other later Romanic forms (e.g. Italian desco, French dais). Meaning "particular variety of food served" is first recorded mid-15c. Meaning "what one likes" is c.1900; that of "attractive woman" is 1920s. Meaning "concave reflector or antenna" attested from 1948.
"to serve food," late 14c., from dish (n.). Meaning "to disparage, denigrate" first recorded 1940s; probably from the same notion in figurative dish it out "administer punishment" (1934). Related: Dished; dishing.
for eating from (2 Kings 21:13). Judas dipped his hand with a "sop" or piece of bread in the same dish with our Lord, thereby indicating friendly intimacy (Matt. 26:23). The "lordly dish" in Judg. 5:25 was probably the shallow drinking cup, usually of brass. In Judg. 6:38 the same Hebrew word is rendered "bowl." The dishes of the tabernacle were made of pure gold (Ex. 25:29; 37:16).