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Synonyms for pie

pie in the sky

Synonyms

  • a false hope
  • a fantasy
  • an illusion
  • a mirage
  • a delusion
  • a pipe dream
  • a daydream
  • an unrealizable dream
  • a castle in the sky

Words related to pie

a prehistoric unrecorded language that was the ancestor of all Indo-European languages

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NOT SURE WHAT IT MEANS, BUT SURE GETS YOU THINKING ABOUT PIE, DOESN'T IT?
The day's main attraction was the hundreds of pies being freshly baked by some of the country's finest.
Versatile and convenient, these pies lend themselves to lots of creative flavor combinations.
99 Desperate Dan but there are 10 more sensible pies to choose from, each coming with Mad O'Rourke's battered chips.
Some of the more decadent and creamy pies are Banana Cream Pie, No-Bake Coconut Cream Pie, and Butterscotch Pudding Pie.
We're proud to have a number of pie experts within Tasteclub specialising in meat, vegetarian, sweet and even gluten-free pies and for some of the best pork pies in the region, how about a visit to South Shields family butcher Dicksons which has been making its mouth-watering savouries for the past 60 years.
hundreds of pies are handmade and sold weekly to nearby residents, tourists passing through and pie enthusiasts across the Southwest.
69 pack of six mince pies won top marks from judges, while Fortnum & Mason's version, almost eight times more at PS12.
The first proper pastry pies likely appeared in ancient Greece and saw fillings piled on to a crust, though you can credit the Romans for introducing pastry to the top of a pie - and as they conquered Europe, so the pie's popularity spread.
A brand new line of quintessentially British pies is being launched by 'Walkers.
Cutie Pies for Kids" is a mini-pie sampler cookbook for kids age 6 and up.
Due to First World War rationing the business closed and it wasn't until the late 1920s - after a successful stint of making pies at home and selling them to neighbours - Mary opened the first Clark's Pie shop on Grangetown's Paget Street.
A few of the locals one cold afternoon thought to get a few people eating pies and it's just gone on from there and now it's a sporting event in Wigan," said Tony Callaghan, adding: "A good pie eater?
MY COTTAGE PIES My cottage pies are the best and all the children say 'yum yum'
WORCESTER - Table Talk Pies was sold by its founders, Theodore Tonna and Angelo Cotsidas, in 1965 to BeechNut Corp.