wine and dine

VERB
  1. provide with food and drink, usually lavishly
  2. eat sumptuously
    we wined and dined in Paris
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How To Use wine and dine In A Sentence

  • Wylie, who made such an impact with his reports on the Chhokar debacle, was the prime subject of conversation when Newsnight's editor, Sian Kevill, came to wine and dine a quartet of MSPs at Rogue's in Edinburgh.
  • They rented it, fully furnished, from David Ogilvie, and used their beautiful home to wine and dine the local aristocracy.
  • The wine and dine is at Marshall Street. Sarah Brown's Vegetarian London
  • Rest it on your conscience if you wine and dine your lover and claim client entertainment.
  • Surprisingly, the doors are normally closed at weekends as the bulk of trade is carried out during the week days when New Yorkers and ex pats take a break from the hustle and bustle to wine and dine in the popular premises on East 41st Street.
  • He also knew that once Larry accepted the job, Artie would have to wine and dine him because that's when the other vulture agents would fly in to seize him.
  • The wine and dine is at Marshall Street. Sarah Brown's Vegetarian London
  • I am hoping that my new married lovers will wine and dine me, as well as taking me to bed. The Sun
  • It too often seemed like a case of inviting the hot money speculators to play at our casino, assuring them that we would wine and dine them, while protecting them from the harsh treatment they had suffered at the hands of others.
  • Companies and shops should take particular notice of this one as you could also win D4;1,500 to wine and dine your staff on an unforgettable night on the town.
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