sandwich, n. & v.
1 two or more slices of usu. buttered bread with a filling of meat, cheese, etc., between them.
2 a cake of two or more layers with jam or cream between (bake a sponge sandwich).
1 put (a thing, statement, etc.) between two of another character.
2 squeeze in between others (sat sandwiched in the middle).
sandwich-board one of two advertisement boards carried by a sandwich-man. sandwich course a course of training with alternate periods of practical experience and theoretical instruction. sandwich-man (pl. -men) a man who walks the streets with sandwich-boards hanging before and behind.
4th Earl of Sandwich, Engl. nobleman d. 1792, said to have eaten food in this form so as not to leave the gaming-table
BLT, Dagwood sandwich
, Sloppy Joe, Swiss cheese sandwich
, bacon-lettuce-tomato sandwich
, canape, cheeseburger, corned beef sandwich
, double-decker sandwich
, drag in, edge in, egg salad sandwich
, foist in, fudge in, grilled cheese sandwich
, grinder, ham sandwich
, hamburger, hoagy, hot dog, implant in, inject in, insert in, insinuate in, intercalate, interjaculate, interject, interpolate, interpose, intervene, introduce in, intrude, lug in, pastrami sandwich
, poor boy, put between, run in, smuggle in, squeeze in, submarine sandwich
, throw in, thrust in, tuna salad sandwich
, tunaburger, wedge in, work in, worm in