American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. Variant of cookie.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A small, flat, sweet cake: also used locally for small cakes of various other forms, with or without sweetening.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. A small, flat, sweetened cake of various kinds.
- n. the cook on a ranch or at a camp
- n. any of various small flat sweet cakes (`biscuit' is the British term)
“Martha was his slave, and lay in wait for him at all hours with gingerbread-men and "cooky" - cows; while the two girls were nurses, playmates, and teachers by turns.”
“Another sister established a 'cooky' business, which grew rapidly.”
“Not because she is a smart cooky, she was serving in the bench.”
“I have bookmarked it and intend to try out your cooky recipes. greg Jan 20”
“Cassandra has a lot of potential, comics fans just need to realize that not every hero has to be the cooky cutter hero like the robins, the fact that cassandra can still grow as a character should be interesting to you people not a turn off.”
“If I were minded to be a Islamic fundamentalist bent on fighting the satanic forces of McDonalds and Coca Cola I would draw considerable comfort from all this talk of negotiating with a bunch of cooky beardos in Quetta.”
“Pleez hav a choklit cooky wif ualnutz befour uz hitz yore zzzzzzzzzz…..”
“You had some cooky characters with cooky names and actions (monkey king), so it had to rely on the humor.”
“Obama may have made a big mistake to stay in a progressive church with a cooky pastor who love to say hateful things.”
“April 30th, 2008 6: 16 pm ET blah blah blah. hillary is about to be hit with another bosnia story. shes been telling a story about a factory plant closing in IN saying its the Bush administrations fault. turns out her husband approved it. his numbers are slipping because of the last 5 days. its one thing to be hit with a cooky pastor and another to tell a lie from your own mouth”
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