CHEF in a Sentence

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 Meanings and Examples of CHEF
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chef
 n.  a professional cook
Example Sentence: (16 in 2 pages)
1  The prize for the lucky winner won't be a car, or even cash, it'll be a job, anything from a post as a hairstylist to a waiter or a chef.
2  Today the head cook was shaking, for the notable chef Julia Child was coming to dinner.
3  A chef's knife or cleaver is as sharp as a rapier, but it is not an instrument meant for killing.
4  The chef was happy to cater to the tastes of his highly sophisticated clientele.
5  For the amateur chef, dining at the four-star restaurant was a transcendent experience: the meal surpassed his wildest dreams.
6  A couple of the kitchen staff are on holiday so I'm wearing my chef's hat tonight.
7  I commended the chef on the excellent meal.
8  Every day a different chef will be conjuring up delicious dishes in the restaurant.
9  His father run various restaurants in which Nick has taken an active interest, honing his skills as a barista , waiter and chef.
10  I'm hovering in a makeshift kitchen, watching one of Italy's most eminent marine biologists gleefully playing chef.
11  Many restaurants only keep a week's supply and if the ban is maintained chefs will have to find other recipes for their customers.
12  Many restaurants only keep a week's supply and if the ban is maintained chefs will have to find other recipes for their customer.
13  Julia Child's recipes enable amateur chefs to create savory delicacies for their guests.
14  Today's chefs love to lace their goods with lively, pronounced flavors.
15  Our chefs use only the freshest produce available.
Classic Sentence:
1  It feels instinctively that manners are of more importance than morals, and, in its opinion, the highest respectability is of much less value than the possession of a good chef.
The Picture of Dorian Gray By Oscar Wilde
Get Context   In CHAPTER 11
2  Au chef du gouvernement francais, said Dolgorukov, with grave satisfaction.
War and Peace(V1) By Leo Tolstoy
Get Context   In BOOK 3: CHAPTER IX
3  Then she flounced over to the dog, kissed it with ecstasy and swept into the kitchen, implying that a dozen chefs awaited her orders there.
The Great Gatsby By F. Scott Fitzgerald
Get Context   In Chapter 2