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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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).
the 2005 cowpie contest was called "Plopapalooza" and was described as a game that "pits your luck against the gastronomical actions of a cow.
A bit of context is helpful in understanding how Paige stepped into this rhetorical cowpie.
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.
Express yourself to dead-beat dads with a Colossal Cowpie from Tongue In Cheek.
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.
Desperate Dan, hero of the Dandy, gave up cowpie for the duration of the BSE-scare and no longer shaves with a blowtorch.
IT WAS cowpies all round yesterday as Desperate Dan and his comic book chums helped Dundee become the first UNESCO City of Design in the UK.
As in Joel Salatin's model for following beef cattle with his layer flocks, the poultry pick apart the cowpies for fly larvae, spreading their fertility evenly on the pasture sward, breaking disease and parasite cycles--and adding to the live-protein component of their diet.