cowflop

cowflop

(ˈkaʊˌflɒp) or

cowflap

n
dialect Southwest English a foxglove
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It is a marvel that he survived at all nourished on skunk and goat sandwiches drinking cowflop tea.
Penultimately, after repeated inquiries, they acknowledged that I had used a bad word in my profile, which itself had been displayed on the Web for weeks, and that, in their words, referred to "bovine waste matter." Of course, then I accused them of reading my private mail, in which I had used the term "cowflop" in another context; for instance, as an inadvertent and verbal step into one.
"But this is no drawling yokel with cowflop on his boots," is how a local reporter sized up the Florida emigrant in a June 1989 Bend Bulletin story.