His aunt's apple pie was delicious, so he had a second helping.
Tom baked his wife a pumpkin pie.
Mary doesn't make pie crust. She usually buys it pre-made.
All the competitors are trying to get their piece of the pie.
When we entered the shack, we saw a half-eaten pie on the table.
He asked for pie, and I ordered the same.
Tom eagerly finished up what was left of the champagne and chicken pie.
We picked apples so as to make a pie.
Luciano, the underdog in the match, will be trying to make the champ eat humble pie.
With one glorious right hook, Punkin' Pie uncrowned the reigning heavyweight champion.
Tim's employer promised him pie in the sky benefits.
Those little yogurts may be guiltless, but do they really taste like key lime pie?
He brought in over half of his company's sales, so he expected to be given a piece of the pie.
a type of food made with meat, vegetables, or fruit which is covered in pastry and baked She made a spinach pie.
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