Definition of 'pate'
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He had obviously been helping himself to some smoked salmon or pate or something else that Henrietta had prepared. THY BROTHER DEATH (2002)
His sunburned pate was dotted with liver spots and streaked by only a few filaments of silvery hair. THE VENDETTA DEFENCE (2002)
Spread the mushroom and liver pâté mixture over the top of the beef fillet. A Passion for Food (1989)Just the ticket with smoked salmon or a rich chicken liver pâté. Times, Sunday Times (2013) Liver pâté and red onions? Times, Sunday Times (2014)Most people are happy to eat a pot of chicken liver pâté, especially if it has been cooked with cognac and lashings of butter. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Try its lobster salads and rolls, crab sandwiches and soup, and smoked mackerel pâté with toast. Times, Sunday Times (2015)He goes there so often, in fact, that the restaurant has named a smoked mackerel pâté after him. Times, Sunday Times (2015)
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