Example sentences for: delicatessens

How can you use “delicatessens” in a sentence? Here are some example sentences to help you improve your vocabulary:

  • Anyone laboring under the delusion that English is not an acquisitive language should be disabused by the following caption from an article about delicatessens that appeared in the Magazine Section of The Sunday Times [London], 7 January 1989: [“Foreignisms” are so set in the original.

  • Above ground, rue Ste-Catherine is the city’s main shopping thoroughfare — department stores, cinemas, travel agencies, delicatessens, and bars — more popular than chic, but always lively.

  • The neighborhood lines have blurred in recent years, but the Main stays appropriately neutral, a veritable United Nations of Portuguese, Italian, Greek, Spanish, Polish, Jewish, Arab, and Japanese specialty shops, grocery stores, delicatessens, and cafés.

  • It is best characterized by its bold new office skyscrapers, cultural complexes, and shopping centers, crowding in on a die-hard bunch of old churches, museums, and all-night delicatessens.

  • Salem Street, just north of Hanover, is another atmospheric street lined with wonderful delicatessens redolent with the scents of fresh cheeses, sausages, and pasta, newsagents selling Corriere della Sera and La Gazzetta dello Sport, and such bakeries as Bova, selling first-rate cakes and pastries at number 134.


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