antipasto antipasto


  • (n) a course of appetizers in an Italian meal


  1. The artist and some of his friends fed the good father an excellent lunch of antipasto and steak, and followed him, wringing their hands, as he walked past the pictures.
  2. The antipasto course is an unmatched sampling of underwater delights.
  3. Laos was supposedly neutralized by the 1962 Geneva accords, but it is actually overrun by an antipasto of Asian troops.


  • Brooklyn DA Hynes clears the air on rivals' accusations

    Charles Hynes orders an antipasto salad and a Diet Coke, glances into the Brooklyn streets he’s overseen as a district attorney since 1990 and tells you why he wants four more years.
    on June 16, 2013     Source: New York Daily News

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  1. "This was the antipasto of what awaits the regular starters," their striker Cristiano Lucarelli said. "Let's not forget that Italy is the world champion and everyone wants to beat us."
    on Aug 16, 2006 By: Cristiano Lucarelli Source: Independent

  2. Marco Melandri said, "The victory at Le Mans was a huge emotion, the best possible 'antipasto' before my home race. To head back to Italy straight after a win is fantastic even though Mugello will be a completely different story. My home race in...
    on May 31, 2006 By: Marco Melandri Source:

  3. Hazan describes vitello tonnato as the "ideal second course for a summer menu, a beautiful antipasto for an elegant dinner and a successful party dish for small or large buffets".
    on Jan 30, 2010 By: Marcella Hazan Source: Times LIVE

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