cowpie


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cow·pie

 (kou′pī′)
n. Informal
A small rounded pile of cow dung.

cowpie

(ˌkaʊˈpaɪ)
n
dialect US a cowpat
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.cowpie - fecal matter of a cow
droppings, dung, muck - fecal matter of animals
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Warren Wilson College, a work college in Asheville, N.C., has operated its Cowpie Cafe since the start of the new millennium.
There's been a lot of people who've stuck their foot in a cowpie, and it's gonna stink for a long time," he said of business owners who have voiced their views.
I wouldn't mind the Dandy going to the wall if its closure was purely down to the fact that tales of cowpie have gone out of fashion.
And don't be surprised if a helpful reader sends you a crusty cowpie in a shoebox, to illustrate the richness of North Park hay (in its unadulterated form).
With the addition of fiddler Max Johnston, The Gourds remind one of Scarecrow-era John Mellencamp: driving back beat, chiming guitars, and a cowpie's smidgen of country honk just to keep everyone honest.
He's lost a wife but gained a neck, probably as a result of not having to scoff a cowpie and a cake shop or two with the missus every night.
A friend for 20 years, Woodward told me on April 22, the day I went to work for Perot, that I was walking into a "cowpie." A few weeks later he showed up with it in his hand, and on June 21, hurled it at the Perot campaign.
A bit of context is helpful in understanding how Paige stepped into this rhetorical cowpie. His comment came less than a week after he announced that the administration was easing testing requirements under the No Child Left Behind Act, which mandates expanded standardized testing, top teachers in all core classes, school choices for many parents and other reforms.
The Dandy-style cowpie, complete with horns, is one of nearly 60 entries from bakers and butchers across Scotland.
Look out for him wining the Cactusville Grand Prix as Desperate Dave and ditching champagne for cowpie as he celebrates.