- n small meat pie or turnover
- n (usually used in the plural) one of a pair of adhesive patches worn to cover the nipples of exotic dancers and striptease performers
- s resembling paste in color; pallid
he looked pasty and red-eyed
- s having the sticky properties of an adhesive
- Sure they're pasty, effete and live in the past, but the great thing about the English is that they seem smart even when acting stupid.
- His face pasty white from lack of sun, Ramsey told PTI his biggest complaint is the total absence of privacy.
- There's something studied and businesslike about Belle's bed play, and her sessions with pasty-buttocked businessmen are usually more funny than arousing.
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- Murray stays cool in heat of Wimbledon history
A scrawny, pasty-faced Andy Murray first made a Grand Slam impact when he was just 18 and on debut at Wimbledon in 2005.
July 6, 2013 - Fox News
- Singing the praises of the pasty
CALUMET - Dale Ninko had a couple fairly simple reasons why he's attended all 10 PastyFests. "For the pasties," he said. "The kids like i.
July 1, 2013 - The Daily Mining Gazette
- Ghaya Oliveira Named Pastry Chef at Daniel
Oliveira. A former stockbroker who started at Café Boulud as a commis in the pastry department back in 2001 then worked her way up to become executive pasty chef at Bar Boulud and Boulud Sud has been named pastry chef at chef Daniel Boulud's flagship restaurant , according to a press release. Ghaya Oliveira, who was also named a 2012 James Beard Award finalist for "Outstanding Pastry Chef," has ...
July 1, 2013 - New York Magazine
- Urban Meyer in SportingNews.com
It was the day I was hired,Meyer recalled. "The state (high school football) championships were going on in The Swamp. I was walking up the stairs. This young, pasty-looking guy comes walking up and says, 'Hi coach.' I said, 'Hey, how are...
- Tom Felton in Digital Spy
Felton said: "Cold eyes, I've been told. A pretty pasty face. I think it's quite iconic, Draco, in the way he looks. I think to be evil, you need an iconic look. Like a James Bond villain, with the scar or a cat. Something like that definitely...
- Britney Spears in Huffington Post (blog)
It's perfectly fair,Ms. Spears said of the ad. "They both have pasty white faces and totally creepy smiles."