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dagwood (sandwich)

(ˈdægwʊd...)
n. a tall sandwich with many layers of food. (From the comic strip character Dagwood by Chick Young.) I really like to make an old-fashioned dagwood sandwich every now and then.
See also: dagwood, sandwich

dagwood

verb
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To serve: On a platter, arrange salad, soups, BBQ pork, lobster roll, Dagwood Slider and bagels and lox.
Dagwood scans the ring of bodies and--in a repeat of every Red Rover game from my childhood--identifies me as the weakest link.
With almost everybody flaunting a camera thanks to the mobile phone cams and numerous platforms to upload them on, physical albums have given way to e albums and nobody pours as lovingly over pictures in the company of one's family like Dagwood did.
A Quick Look At American Comic Strips" provided a predictable overview of syndicated strips, favoring middle-class mishaps such as Dagwood Bumstead's eternal problems with his boss J.
In the last gallery, the cartoon character Dagwood Bumstead appears; taken from the popular comic strip Blondie, the figure instantly offered Wesley, circa 1973, new access to the spaces and players of his childhood.
66) Before they were escorted back to the border, two of the crewmen were treated to a tour of Japanese targets in Hanoi by French army intelligence officers and then taken to a Hanoi cinema where, sitting side-by-side with Japanese soldiers, they watched a Dagwood and Blondie movie
Under a photo of a box jellyfish (that looks like an extra-terrestrial skull) is a postcard reproduction of "The Arlington Court Regeneration," and under it a postage stamp of Dagwood Bumstead serving himself one of his towering midnight-snack sandwiches.
The overall championship from the horse and pony sections last week went to Sarah Baker with her eight-year-old liver chestnut mare, Dagwood Saffire - winner of the lead rein mountain and moorland class with son, William, in the saddle.
To retain any illusion of dangerousness, one had better avoid the Oz-man's 21st-century incarnation on so-called "reality TV" (there's a particularly potent oxymoron for you) as a sort of seedy Aquarian version of the hen-pecked Dagwood Bumstead.
Indeed I remember with some amusement having a stand at the Sydney Royal Easter Show of all places and the bewilderment and incomprehension shown by some visitors to the stand more used to sideshow alley, show bags and dagwood dogs.
One of my associates put a "Dagwood and Blonde" cartoon on my door in my office, and it shows Dagwood going in to return a cell phone that he has bought.
Blondie and Dagwood, celebrating their 75th anniversary in the comics, make room for a score of houseguests from comicdom.
The shining dawn: Dave plays with puppies, builds Dagwood sandwiches for his bodyguard and makes nice with the fed-up first lady.
Three of the fleet bear the names of local 'heroes' - comics Larry Grayson and Dagwood Hadley, and famous novelist George Eliot.
The postfeminist Papa Bear [Start Berenstain of the Berenstain Bears] is the Alan Alda of Grizzlies, a wimp so passive and fumbling he makes Dagwood Bumstead look like Batman.