from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A meal cooked and served outdoors.
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- n. A meal that is cooked and eaten outside; either a domestic barbecue or a larger social event.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. an informal meal cooked and eaten outdoors
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Look at this cookout from a layperson’s point of view.
Lou Gots: Look at this cookout from a layperson’s point of view.
But Orange told Post colleague Mike DeBonis that the cookout was a thank-you for working the straw poll.
Gluten-Free Diners Feel Right at Home time to treat Dad to a quality cookout, which is more attainable than you may think.
A cookout is a great way to relax while honing your cooking skills.
I was the guy who would, with subtle over-emphasis, remind friends that unless there was some smoking or at least slow-cooking of meats happening, then they were having a "cookout" rather than a "barbecue."
If the weather does not permit a cookout, the "cookout" will be moved to the church, 4920
The story bounces back and forth from present day events to the beginning of the story at an around-the-pool cookout on Cape Cod a few years earlier.
At this cookout, Dad should get whatever he wants — big slabs of red meat included.
As such, Jared was present at the cookout as well.
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