Quotes of canned

  1. Most of the animated films I watched, the emotions are all prepackaged like canned music, the hand actions, the sighs. – Ralph Bakshi
  2. Canned music is like audible wallpaper. – Alistair Cooke
  3. To read a newspaper is to refrain from reading something worth while. The first discipline of education must therefore be to refuse resolutely to feed the mind with canned chatter. – Aleister Crowley
  4. Have you listened to the radio lately? Have you heard the canned frozen and processed product being dished up to the world as American popular music today? – Billy Joel
  5. I really hate sitcoms on television with canned laughter and stuff. What really makes me laugh is the real -life stuff. I've got a dry sense of humor. – Katie Price
  6. I've always felt that sexuality is a really slippery thing. In this day and age, it tends to get categorized and labeled, and I think labels are for food. Canned food. – Michael Stipe
  7. My feeling is that labels are for canned food... I am what I am- and I know what I am. – Michael Stipe

Usage examples for canned

  1. In the hay field, we usually had, among other things, canned pork and beans for dinner. – The-Life-of-Me-an-autobiography by Johnson, Clarence Edgar
  2. The Liebig exhibit of canned and preserved meat was a prominent feature of this division. – By Water to the Columbian Exposition by Johanna S. Wisthaler
  3. When I left Berlin the Government had issued an order prohibiting the sale of all canned vegetables and fruit. – Germany, The Next Republic? by Carl W. Ackerman
  4. What we can use now- canned stuff, tools, clothes! – Angel Island by Inez Haynes Gillmore
  5. 10. Sardines, or canned fish, small box per month. – Germany, The Next Republic? by Carl W. Ackerman
  6. The opposite wall had sacks of flour stacked against it, and boxes of staple canned goods, such as corn and tomatoes and milk and peaches. – The Ranch at the Wolverine by B. M. Bower
  7. There was a time, not so long ago, when I was rather inclined to sniff at the Westbury's electric player- piano and its cabinet of neatly canned classics! – The Prairie Wife by Arthur Stringer
  8. The first mention of it came from Abe Hopkinson, who dealt in dry- goods and canned truck." –  by
  9. Canned food from the storehouse, enough to last perhaps two weeks! – O. Henry Memorial Award Prize Stories of 1921 by Various
  10. Then, after she'd got 'em all taught, she'd say wouldn't it be nice of these ladies to let her sell all this canned stuff and give the proceeds to the different war charities! – Ma Pettengill by Harry Leon Wilson
  11. Now some canned goods make you feel you are really getting something worth while; and others do not. – Camp and Trail by Stewart Edward White
  12. I have some canned stuff that's not half bad. – The Peace of Roaring River by George van Schaick
  13. There were baked potatoes and canned string beans. – The Boy Scouts in A Trapper's Camp by Thornton W. Burgess
  14. Add a cupful of canned tomatoes and simmer until the chicken is done. – The Myrtle Reed Cook Book by Myrtle Reed
  15. The whole Canned Salmon Patrol. – Pee-Wee Harris Adrift by Percy Keese Fitzhugh
  16. Deering open his pack awkwardly and pulled out a bannock and some canned meat. – Northwest! by Harold Bindloss
  17. They go to the baker and ask for cake donations; and to ladies and ask them to bake cakes; they ask other ladies to make aprons and bags; Mr. Barber, the grocer, usually gives us something for the canned goods table. – Four Little Blossoms and Their Winter Fun by Mabel C. Hawley
  18. The forenoon was well gone by the time we had finished our arrangements and bought our " grub", which consisted mainly of canned goods and other preparations that would not spoil in the heat. – Neighbours by Robert Stead
  19. He decided that it probably was some canned meat he had bought at McGurn's. – The Peace of Roaring River by George van Schaick
  20. After a long time, as he grew stronger, Maggie had gone away, and David had fried the bacon and heated the canned tomatoes or the beans. – The Breaking Point by Mary Roberts Rinehart