Definitions

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  • v. fight while sitting on somebody's shoulders

Etymologies

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Examples

  • This way, we could get to see how someone like Flipping Out's Jeff Lewis handles a three-legged race with Millionaire Matchmaker Patti Stanger, Top Chef fetishists could finally get that fan-fic fantasy of a Padma Lakshmi-Gail Simmons chicken-fight, and poor Bethenny Frankel wouldn't have to endure Skating With the Stars.

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  • A chicken-fight is to take place this evening between two game-cocks.

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  • In the olden days down South, when any one was eminently successful and "swept the deck" in gambling on a horse-race or a chicken-fight, or on Colonel W.R. W. Cobb being elected to Congress, Uncle Dan, the negro oracle and commentator of our county, was wont to say, "He hit 'em a-comin 'and a-gwine."

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  • "Get along to your chicken-fight," he adjured Angus, and took the letter from his hand.

    August First

  • If there was a dog-fight, he'd bet on it; if there was a cat-fight, he'd bet on it; if there was a chicken-fight, he'd bet on it.

    Initial Studies in American Letters

  • To fill up the time a dog-fight and a chicken-fight were improvised by the enterprising stable-boys in the back yard, on the green slopes of the running Branch.

    Tales of the Chesapeake

  • Oh! to see him at a chicken-fight -- when there are gamecocks in the pit, and the bets range from one to five dollars!

    Social relations in our Southern States,

  • Labels: chicken-fight like a robot, gambling, golf, tiger woods

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  • If there was a horse-race, you'd find him flush or you'd find him busted at the end of it; if there was a dog-fight, he'd bet on it; if there was a cat-fight, he'd bet on it; if there was a chicken-fight, he'd bet on it; why, if there was two birds setting on a fence, he would bet you which one would fly first; or if there was a camp-meeting he would be there reg'lar to bet on Parson

    Little Masterpieces of American Wit and Humor Volume I

  • If there was a dog-fight, he'd bet on it; if there was a cat-fight, he'd bet on it; if there was a chicken-fight, he'd bet on it; why, if there was two birds sitting on a fence he would bet you which one would fly first; or if there was a camp-meeting, he would be there reg'lar to bet on Parson Walker, which he judged to be the best exhorter about here -- and so he was, too, and a good man.

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