pienoun

  • jaパイ
  • ena baked food having a filling of fruit, meat, pudding, etc.

Examples

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Michael ate an entire family-sized chicken pot pie for lunch.
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And then he promptly fell asleep.
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So we're all trying to be very quiet so as to not to wake him up before 5:00 PM,
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which actually should be in about... 10 minutes.
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I saw your face when Ed Jr. said grandpa paid for his college.
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You're so good at reading my face. What's it saying now?
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It says you think you got a raw deal.
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And your eyebrow is telling me you want pie.
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Eh, that's easy.
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I always want pie.
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What do you have in the pastry box, sir? Brownies?
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No. You hold brownies from the side.
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He's holding it from the bottom.
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True. Maybe it's a cheesecake.
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There's no condensation on the box.
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It's room temperature.
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Look at the fingers spread, tensing in the shoulders.
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He's supporting something dense.
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It's a pie.
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The shop closed yesterday.
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Trudy had the last pie.
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And this is the last piece.
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Okay, who gets to go first?
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Well, to be most fair—
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What's in this pie?
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I don't know.
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- Butter, and eggs, and flour, and lime, and kiwi and— - Kiwi? Kiwi?
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You said it was a Key lime pie.
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No, I didn't.
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I said kiwi lime.
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That's what makes it so special.
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That's what's gonna kill me.
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I put a pie in the oven.
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- You made pie? - Yeah.
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- What kind? - Cherry, of course. Your favorite.
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I'm on a diet. I gained 10 pounds over the summer.
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You look beautiful.
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I wish you would love yourself more.
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Well, farming dream team.
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I have an extra surprise for you.
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Doug's Grandbot is going to bake an apple blueberry pie to celebrate our visit.
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Fantastic!
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Let's go, go, go to the farm.