a la mode

ADJECTIVE
  1. in the current fashion or style
ADVERB
  1. with ice cream on top or on the side
    we served the apple pie a la mode
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How To Use a la mode In A Sentence

  • Lord A---- has tasted all the _nouveaux plats à la mode_, for at Paris new dishes are as frequently invented as new bonnets or caps; and the proficiency in the culinary art which he has acquired will render him an oracle at his clubs, until the more recent arrival of some other epicurean from the French capital deposes his brief sovereignty. The Idler in France
  • For dessert I had the only thing I hadn't had - the apple cherry cobbler a la mode.
  • Testament the story of Jonah misquoted, and and by a small transposition a la mode de Surenhusius, representing that “Jonah swallowed the whale! The Grounds of Christianity Examined by Comparing The New Testament with the Old
  • Once, just after Inez served apple pie a la mode, Alfred snorted suddenly, loudly.
  • One afternoon a short, thickset visitor, bearded and dressed à la mode, presented himself backstage.
  • We served the apple pie a la mode.
  • we served the apple pie a la mode
  • The soup du jour, the boeuf à la mode, and fruits de saison were all made from black market Army rations the cooks had doctored. Wild Bill Donovan
  • We'll get Papa to buy you something a little more a la mode.
  • Asco also created evocative titles, such as "A La Mode" and "No Tip," that referred to nonexistent films while constructing themselves as film stars in the process. Max Benavidez: Asco Returns Triumphant to LACMA
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