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another word for "Food" & "Drink"


can anyone think of another word to use for food and drink? its just I wanted it to sound posh but I cant think for the life of me hehe

suppose i could have cusine and beverages or is that too OTT.



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Re: another word for "Food" & "Drink"

It depends... what is it for? As in advertising, school paper, work, ect?


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can anyone think of another word to use for food and drink? its just I wanted it to sound posh but I cant think for the life of me hehe

suppose i could have cusine and beverages or is that too OTT.

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Is "grub" for food posh?

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Is "grub" for food posh?
i belive thats slang aint it? or just a word ive come to accept

its for a college project im doing.

anything really im after ideas. dont think grub is acceptable.

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Drink = Refreshments
Food = uh ... chow?

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Main Entry: food
Part of Speech: noun
Definition: meal
Synonyms: aliment, bite, board, bread, cheer, chop chop, chow, chuck, comestible, cookery, cooking, cuisine, diet, drink, eatable, eats, edible, entree, fare, fast food, feed, fodder, foodstuff, goodies, grit, groceries, grub, handout, home cooking, keep, larder, meal, meat, menu, mess, moveable feast, muckamuck, noddy, nourishment, nutriment, nutrition, pabulum, provision, ration, refreshment, slop, snack, store, subsistence, support, sustenance, table, take out, tuck, viand, victual, vittles

Source: http://thesaurus.reference.com/

I think refreshments can be considered food to. I have seen it used in the context of food and drink many times.

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food can be called edibles i guess :-D

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food = sustinence (sp)
drink = refreshment

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Get a the thesaurus out.

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Orderves
Appetizers
Chow

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Depends what day it is...on fridays for me its:

Food - Beer
Drink - Beer

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Quote:
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Depends what day it is...on fridays for me its:

Food - Beer
Drink - Beer


Food = Makanan
Drink = Minuman

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Originally posted by inogenius
Drink = Refreshments
Ah ya took my word i was gonna tell him

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Fools.. lol

It's called Collation.

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Victuals (pronounced "vittles".)
Is that posh enough?

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