Sentence Examples

  • Indulge yourselves at the spa with a La Prairie "caviar" treatment.
  • For example, if they are more of the burgers and beer type, rather than champagne and caviar, having an office party at the finest restaurant in town may make them feel out of place and maybe even a little uncomfortable.
  • If, however, your bags tend to suffer much wear and tear, you might wish to stick with caviar (which, incidentally, looks and feels equally luscious to the touch).
  • Only the eggs of sturgeon can be called caviar, much in the same way that only sparkling wine from the Champagne region of France can be called champagne.
  • Larry the Cable Guy: He may have a blue-collar sensibility and doesn't seem the champagne and caviar type, but he knows how to market himself.