short order

NOUN
  1. an order for food that can be prepared quickly
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How To Use short order In A Sentence

  • Camp was set up in short order and soon a blazing fire lit the face of the edifice in a ruddy, wavering light.
  • It was a massacre.. Australia smashed England out of the park in the batting and then took the major wickets in short order.
  • The requisite grizzled old salt, Mr. Stubb, pipe clenched between his teeth, was sung by Robert Orth, who succeeded in making his character a beloved comic figure in short order and led the local-color-providing sea-chanties (the chorus was also very strong). Moby-Dick premieres in Dallas
  • Do not cocks fight unurged, and are not their battles with nature's spurs more cruel than when matched by man and heeled with steel or even silver, which mercifully ends the combat in short order? The Reckoning
  • In short order we see that this professional is coping with a personal matter, the disappearance of her 15-year-old from the family's second home on Cape Cod. Regina Weinreich: The Other Place May Be Right Here
  • For everything that there is to be said for this type of scenario of liberation - and it is a great deal - in the context of the present argument it can be dismissed in short order.
  • Ted arrived in short order, Gwen having met her at the end of the corridor. CHALLENGE FOR THE CHALET SCHOOL
  • Then the flood surge swept the house off'n it's foundations, the house, unpinned collapsed in upon itself, the man fell into the swirling waterborne wreckage, where unable to swim, he drowned in short order. Tom McIntyre Explains His Picks for our 2009 Hunting and Fishing Heroes and Villians Face-Off
  • This argumentative beginning to their marital bliss soon deteriorated into vitriol and spite, after which the two split in very short order, fighting over money and who owned what.
  • It's plain enough that some one wished those papers on me, intending to unwish them in short order once we got across. The Firefly of France
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