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  • First you have to buffet your way until you get next to him. Cited from Plum Pudding, by Christopher Morley
  • She got up too, and walked out of the buffet by my side. Cited from The Passenger from Calais, by Arthur Griffiths
  • There is also a station buffet at the eastern end of the station building.
  • The main part of the buffet can be seen today, little changed.
  • His feet were wet before he reached the first corner, the wind buffeted him. Cited from The Tin Soldier, by Temple Bailey
  • This introduced buffet cars to parts of the network that had never previously had them.
  • He has been buffeted about by political parties, and now it remains for the church to save him. Cited from An Arkansas Planter, by Opie Percival Read
  • Yet you walked out of the buffet and through the whole lot of them without turning a hair. Cited from The Man with the Clubfoot, by Valentine Williams
  • Buffeted as she had been, she could separate the false from the true. Cited from The Goose Girl, by Harold MacGrath
  • Live music was added, as was an all-you-can eat buffet.
  • It was buffeted about until I knew that he could not be on his seat half the time. Cited from Master Tales of Mystery, Volume 3, Collected by Francis J. Reynolds
  • He remembered the book which he had seen her reading with so deep an interest in the buffet. Cited from Running Water, by A. E. W. Mason [AKA: Alfred Edward Woodley Mason]
  • We cannot go on treating nature like an all-you-can-eat buffet.
  • It offered live big-band music and home-style buffets.
  • Fortune, having buffeted me, was now going to make me one of her favorite children. Cited from Arms and the Woman, by Harold MacGrath
  • Buffet restaurants typically offer all-you-can-eat food for a set price.
  • At her words, that she was not wanted, his head dropped as if she had given him a buffet. Cited from Widdershins, by Oliver Onions [AKA: George Oliver]
  • Several sets without buffets ended up on long-distance services.
  • The new station was provided with a shop, buffet and small museum.
  • Well, it was a buffet dinner, really, not where you sit around a table.
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Meaning of buffet

  • noun A piece of furniture that stands at the side of a dining room; has shelves and drawers
  • noun A meal set out on a buffet at which guests help themselves
  • verb Strike against forcefully
    Winds buffeted the tent
  • verb Strike, beat repeatedly
    The wind buffeted him