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DISH

(dish),

dish

(dish),
A shallow container, usually of concave form.

dish

(dish) a shallow vessel of glass or other material for laboratory work.
Petri dish  a shallow glass dish for growing bacterial cultures.

DISH

Abbreviation for diffuse idiopathic skeletal hyperostosis.
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Soapy dishwater covered every surface in the vicinity of the sink, while the man stared askance at the shattered plate that apparently "flew" out of his hands and landed dangerously next to his feet.
If the first half was entertaining, the start of the second was as dull as dishwater and the game limped along at a pedestrian pace until the start of the final quarter when Cull kicked his second penalty.
Now that she's starring in a self-penned movie comedy, ``Dirty Love,'' it's clear that McCarthy's wit is as dull as dishwater blond, even when fully unleashed.
The underwriter who has pride (not to mention, honor) would never stoop to transmogrifying dishwater into cognac at the pleasure of the chief marketing officer.
That even means staying out of the shower and tub and, yes, keeping your hands out of dishwater.
Since I am a student of what makes one brand experience great and another as dull as bread floating in dishwater, I thought I'd force myself to make tangible what I consider the essentials of soulful commerce.
Each apartment will include wall-to-wall carpeting, dishwater, and an emergency call system.
o ``Nearly new dishwater, pounds 75'' - small ad in the Stourbridge Express and Star.
Ironically, comic books became dull as dishwater because of the more ghoulish fare published by EC comics--as distinct from DC--which triggered a mini-culture war.
Some forgo toilet paper and drink their dishwater in an effort to Leave No Trace.