schmear


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(Yiddish) a batch of things that go together

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They overflow and fall on the floor to show what I have done for more than seventy years of writing, and to do the whole damn bit, the whole schmear, is not bad.
Pity, terror, catharsis--the whole schmear, as Harvey might have said.
His chief macher, Ted Stein banjaxed the airport's vigorish schmear, leaving Hahn tatterdemalion and his campaign shambollicked.
Phonetically it resembles the Yiddish Schmear war and has the same meaning ("grease," "Schmaltz") in Swiss dialect.
Clever entrepreneurs traded in urban nostalgia, peddling bagels with a schmear, take-out Chinese food spiced down to suit elderly stomachs.
Anyway, the wall police say you can get the whole schmear, federal and state posters, to adorn your coffee room or loo for a mere $49.
Declining religious observance and intermarriage left the majority of Jews with only a few vestiges of their Jewish identity--what Freedman calls "Seinfeld and a schmear.
to create a combination of a bagel with a schmear, coffee and a newspaper for $1.
Note that I didn't call it a schmear (when you put on a serious amount of cream cheese).
And if you want to be among the cognoscenti, drop into a deli and ask for "a bagel with a schmear.
Most of these items are not normally available for delivery, such as Peanut Butter & Co's Elvis sandwich - a grilled peanut butter sandwich, stuffed with bananas and honey, as well as Katz Deli's classic pastrami sandwich or a dozen H&H bagels and schmear.
For sides, let's say you get the dressed baked potato and the classic blue cheese wedge (it's a "premium side salad," so it'll cost you a buck), and that you eat just half the loaf of bread and use just a light schmear of butter.
Or simply a nice schmear of truffle-infused Brillat-Savarin on a nice warm slice of crusty, toasty bread .
Then it is most often served on a bagel with a schmear of cream cheese.
Midtown denizens looking for a tasty bagel, some Nova Scotia salmon and a schmear can now find Zucker's Bagels & Smoked Fish, the popular Chambers Street eatery, at 370 Lexington Avenue.