Words nearby dished
Definition for dished (2 of 2)
verb (used with object)
verb (used without object)
- to serve (food) from a serving dish, pot, etc.
- to deal out; distribute: She dished out our pay in silver dollars.
Origin of dish
OTHER WORDS FROM dishun·der·dish, noun
Examples from the Web for dished
She ran the gamut with physical humor and dished out droll, self-deprecating one-liners.
Guy Ritchie dished out questions for the interview, in which Pitt got political.Guy Ritchie Talks to Brad Pitt for Interview Magazine|The Fashion Beast Team|October 10, 2012|DAILY BEAST
In an interview with Oprah, she dished on her personal success and her secret life as an artist.The Best of Donna Summer, the ‘Queen of Disco’ (VIDEOS)|Brittany Jones-Cooper|May 17, 2012|DAILY BEAST
At an inspiring breakfast, Sheryl Sandberg dished on how social media is revolutionizing women's lives.
It was a happening, a celebration of “La Julia,” as the Italians called her, who dished up advice along with bonhomie and cheer.
The bill should be perfectly straight on top and on a line with the skull showing absolutely no tendency to be dished.Ducks and Geese|Harry M. Lamon
The stories of richly-dressed foundlings that are dished up in the newspapers at intervals are pure fiction.How the Other Half Lives|Jacob A. Riis
Prevent that by adding to the soup, just before it is dished, a little paste made of flour and butter.
When the steak is dished, spread some anchovy-butter on it instead of a maître d'hôtel, and serve warm also.
"If the motors konk out we're dished," he thought, as he listened to detect any ominous sound from the pulsating engines.The Thick of the Fray at Zeebrugge|Percy F. Westerman
British Dictionary definitions for dished (1 of 2)
British Dictionary definitions for dished (2 of 2)
Derived forms of dishdishlike, adjective
Word Origin for dish
Idioms and Phrases with dished
In addition to the idioms beginning with dish
- dish out
- dish the dirt
- do the dishes
Also see underdishwater.