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  • n. A pie or tart made with a filling of cooked apples.
  • n. Anything quintessentially American.
  • v. Of a bed, to make an apple-pie bed.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • A pie made of apples (usually sliced or stewed) with spice and sugar.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. A pie made of apples variously prepared, inclosed in or covered with paste, and baked.
  • n. An English name for a species of willow-herb, Epilobium hirsutum.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • n. pie (with a top crust) containing sliced apples and sugar

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  • The name of a medicinal Cannabis strain.

    January 15, 2010

  • Uselessness, do you feel or know of any geographical or sociolinguistic links with the degree of r-coloring within the US? That’s been puzzling me for quite some time now . . .

    (Oh, and you pronounced my name, sort of. I’m honored. ^^)

    December 29, 2009

  • All of which rhyme with "apple pie."

    December 1, 2009

  • Ah. I see.

    November 26, 2009

  • Texas chainsaws?

    November 26, 2009

  • Based on her peter piper pronunciation, it sounds like frogapplause is an R-emphasizing Amerrrrrican like me. So:

    Droopy drawerrrrrrrrrrrrrrrs.
    Coldsorrrrrrrrrrrrres.
    Frogapplawwwwwws.

    ...see? Totally different.

    November 26, 2009

  • Ha. Excellent! I love your droopy drawers recording, bilbycakes. I'd add some new pronunciations of my own, PossUnd... except all of my festering coldsores keep getting in the way.

    November 26, 2009

  • And bibly's done a pronunciation on droopy drawers, although it doesn't say coldsores.

    November 26, 2009

  • But even with any other accent...
    Can frogapplause add a pronunciation...enlighten us?

    November 26, 2009

  • WANTED! An Australian to pronounce the words: drawers, coldsores and applause (preferably in the same sentence).

    November 26, 2009

  • You are missing an Australian accent, apparently...

    November 26, 2009

  • Drawers and coldsores rhymes with applause?! What am I missing here?

    November 26, 2009

  • frogapplause
    writes and draws
    for this to rhyme
    you need a plum

    November 25, 2009

  • Does so rhyme!

    How about coldsores then?

    November 25, 2009

  • Isn't RS supposed to rhyme? Droopy drawers, indeed.

    November 25, 2009

  • BTW what's rhyming slang for frogapplause? Droopy drawers?

    November 25, 2009

  • I thought it stood for - sky (Rhyming Slang) - in which case it belongs. apple pie, sky.

    November 25, 2009

  • What in the bubbling hecko is my "sky (RS)" comment doing on this page? I don't know where it belongs, but it does not belong here.

    November 25, 2009

  • I don't have enough freezer space for cartoons. I can barely fit in the tempeh as it is.

    November 25, 2009

  • Frozen cartoons are the best cartoons, that's what I always say.

    November 25, 2009

  • As I'm sure frogapplause can attest, cartoons always keep longer if frozen.

    November 25, 2009

  • I first read 'carton' as 'cartoon,' and was wondering what good that would do you, and why you'd want to freeze it :-)

    November 25, 2009

  • I have a carton of Edy's Apple Pie ice cream in my freezer right now. The other day I noticed the carton doesn't say ice cream, it says "frozen dessert."

    November 25, 2009

  • Perhaps crunchy would like to thrill us with his pronunciation now.

    November 24, 2009

  • "If you wish to make an apple pie from scratch, you must first invent the universe."
    -Carl Sagan

    November 24, 2009

  • sky (RS)

    June 22, 2009

  • On cleaning out his car one day a man found a McDonald's apple pie under the front passenger seat. The packaging was in pristine condition and there was no sign of mold or deterioration, which amazed him, since he and his wife had sworn off McDonald's food more than three years before. Still, it looked good. So he took a bite. And it still burned his mouth!

    December 7, 2008