[ US /ˈkɑnəˌpeɪ/ ]
  1. an appetizer consisting usually of a thin slice of bread or toast spread with caviar or cheese or other savory food
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How To Use canape In A Sentence

  • I was busy preparing canapés all day in preparation for the launch party, but I found the time to get my hair done, so I looked half presentable.
  • Je comate sur le canapé toute la matinee, toute la journee alternant des crise de vomissement et de diarrhee aigue. Pinku-tk Diary Entry
  • Aperitifs and canapés in the Cedar Room and post-prandial drinks in the gazebo on the lawn should not be missed.
  • So if you catch the royal ladies-in-waiting emptying a few canapes into their handbags today, please turn a blind eye. Elizabeth: The Zirconian Age
  • Not among the group where a long-legged waitress stood serving canapes. COMPULSION
  • But instead of resorting to the sort of supermarket canapés that are served with inevitable monotony at so many parties, why not opt for home-made nibbles, which also work out far cheaper.
  • You may think that canapés are perfectly nice little mouthfuls of harmless kitsch, and what's the difference between a canapé in the hand or a starter on the plate.
  • Diners will be treated to scrumptious canapés and cocktails at the first hotel after which they will board a coach and travel to the next hotel for starters.
  • She was hovering nervously over a corpulent man in army dress who was stuffing himself with canapés.
  • Pre-dinner drinks outside are always welcome, though, weather-permitting, and this is also the time to serve up some substantial canapés - this means that dinner can be delayed if the sun is still up.
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