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 n.pl.— «Hotpoint home economists have inveted a “planned-over” casserole for post-Thanksgiving operations in a freezer equipped home. Turkey leftovers are combined with stuffing and sauce…and casseroled individually for the freezer.» —“Yogurt Can Go Into Many Delicious Dishes” by Mary Meade Chicago Daily Tribune Nov. 18, 1950. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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