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  • It was not right that she should be forced to take a leftover. Cited from The Fourth R, by George Oliver Smith
  • The new generation would thus be born from the leftovers, and would be poor quality. Cited from Taboo and Genetics, by Knight, Peters, and Blanchard
  • If they gave the correct answer, the leftover time was added to their score.
  • The children shared between themselves any leftovers they found on the trains.
  • He often uses leftover wood and paint that he finds from his job.
  • It is believed that this collection of songs were leftovers from the first album.
  • The leftover tracks and infrastructure have since been largely removed to make way for new construction.
  • This is a good way of using up leftover cream which has turned. Cited from Foods That Will Win The War (1918), by Goudiss and Goudiss
  • The leftover tracks were included as B-sides on the later released singles.
  • So I have to think about what my options are if there are leftovers again.
  • Sixth army headquarters was faced with a decision on what to do with the leftover children.
  • He had only one rival who can contest with him and shared leftover wins.
  • Today, even old leftovers from former mining offer a living environment for a lot of plants and animals.
  • Just outside the facility are leftover materials from the recent works.
  • The two leftover cards are set aside face up to be used any time in the game whenever necessary.
  • Since any material can be used, whether leftover or new, people of all economic classes express themselves through this craft.
  • Leftover fish or meat from the previous night's meal may be served as well.
  • Largely leftover World War II era weapons were used by both sides.
  • At the end of the event, performers could take some of the food leftovers.
  • It was originally made to prevent waste by using these leftovers.
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Words starting with leftover

Meaning of leftover

  • noun A small part or portion that remains after the main part no longer exists