Sensitive subjects are met with a short burst of laughter, and serious answers are sandwiched between a piercing gaze.
The miner does that journey to and fro, and sandwiched in between there are seven and a half hours of savage work.
So once again the Afghan public is sandwiched between the U.S. and the Taliban.
This time the American was in the back seat of a pickup truck, sandwiched between two armed fighters.
sandwiched between speeches, a dance routine with nearly 900 performers reenacted the events of 1994.
Jack found himself in the second of the hacks, sandwiched between Billings and Knox.
sandwiched in between these blocks are three pieces of cigar-box wood.
The letter came to him by the morning post, sandwiched between his tailor's bill and a catalogue of Rare and Choice Editions.
A couple of good ones were sandwiched in, at which he swung and missed.
The bill by which California was admitted, in September, 1850, was sandwiched in between those about Texas and the fugitives.
1762, said to be a reference to John Montagu (1718-1792), Fourth Earl Sandwich, who was said to be an inveterate gambler who ate slices of cold meat between bread at the gaming table during marathon sessions rather than get up for a proper meal (this account dates to 1770). It was in his honor that Cook named the Hawaiian islands (1778) when Montagu was first lord of the Admiralty. The family name is from the place in Kent, Old English Sandwicæ, literally "sandy harbor (or trading center)." For pronunciation, see cabbage. Sandwich board, one carried before and one behind, is from 1864.
1841, from sandwich (n.), on the image of the stuff between the identical pieces of bread. Related: Sandwiched; sandwiching.