- n. military A large iron pot, used in the army.
“[+30] 11: 13 am - some people wish they were in dixie, apparently.”
“On a brighter note, Alabama bow season opens the 15th. happy hunting down in dixie.”
“Altogether, they put thirty-two "five-point-nine" (150 mm.) shells into that one old building and all the damage they did was to ruin our dinner by filling the "dixie" with mud.”
“We had no more than arrived in the line than the cook of the first gun crew we struck brought out a "dixie" of tea and an unlimited supply of bread and butter and jam and invited us to fill up.”
“The "dixie", by the way, is an iron box or pot, oblong in shape, capacity about four or five gallons.”
“My grandad who saw both play always told me the greatest player was William Ralph 'dixie”
“The only thing he lacks is the mullet haircut, long-neck bottle of Bud and white hood to go with his "down home" dixie politics.”
“So dixie rethuglicants are racists and bigots – This is news?”
“Your not whistling dixie, he would have another expensive war, oh well that is ok!”
“We usually do soy beans clay peas or dixie lee peas .... yeah I come in here some ...”
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Or, Things That Get a Whole Lot More Fun With an -ie Ending.
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words that are attractive to write and say, and look balanced in symbolic composition, (mini-artistry)
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US regions with interesting names
Some surprises, at least for me!
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