a meal or the food eaten or provided at a meal

My father-in-law thanked my wife for the repast that she prepared tonight. Mmmmm, fish tacos!

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8 Responses to repast

  1. Dad says:

    Wow! My moment of fame – and all it took was mooching another meal at your home. Yes, the fish tacos were delicious.

  2. Mother says:

    Yes, they really were. Hope to see you kids soon!

  3. Grandma says:

    Why wasn’t I invited?! How horrible of you! You knew I fish tacos have always been my favorite.

  4. Son says:

    Oh grandma, how humorous you are! You were there and must of forgot.

  5. nicole says:

    Hi Karl…
    While I am not privy to the fish tacos, I do have a word of the day related inquiry. But first, an admission. I’m having an affair–a sordid affair, really. With’s word of the day. It’s been going on for over a year now, and I hope you and your blog and its ever-growing subscribers can forgive me.
    Now my question. Today’s word was
    RAPINE, a word that according to the site, is pronounced [RAP-in]. Is this correct? How do you pronounce this word? Thankd for your help.

  6. nicole says:

    In my last post, I wrote “its ever-growing subscribers”. In my haste, I made it sound as if the folks reading your bolg were battling the bulge, when really I meant that the list of people reading your blog is ever-growing. Also, THANKS (not thankd) for your help.

  7. Karl says:

    The person who posted comments 2 through 4 is pretty funny. Thanks for the levity.
    Nicole, as far as I know, RAP-in is the customary pronunciation, while a secondary pronunciation is RAP-ine (with a long “i” sound).

  8. Paul Sonstegaard says:

    my opinion: pronouce for us the word that you are defining

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