See also: smorgasbord
smörgåsbord (plural smörgåsbords)
- Alternative form of
- 1944, Bulletin of the American Institute of Swedish Arts, Literature, and Science:
- “ … Of course, we have nothing to equal your wonderful smörgåsbords here in England. Food is scarce, except for the army which provides bountiously. Speaking of smörgåsbord reminds me that we have not had a songfest for ages. […]”
- 1958, John J. Murray, editor, The Heritage of the Middle West, Norman, Okla.: University of Oklahoma Press, page 19:
- Swedish smörgåsbords, Italian spaghetti with Chianti and garlic Vienna bread, Wiener Schnitzel. It all depends upon where one goes to eat.
- 2015, Julie Murray, “Life in Sweden”, in Sweden (Explore the Countries), Minneapolis, Minn.: Big Buddy Books, Abdo Publishing, →ISBN, pages 26–27:
- Swedes are known to eat smörgåsbords. […] Smörgåsbords are placed on a table.
- smorgasbord (buffet with many small dishes)
- (figuratively) a set of a great number of opportunities to combine.
|Declension of smörgåsbord|
- → English: smorgasbord