Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A house: a cant term.
“Zebra panny cakes chocolate inna batter as it hits the griddle……takes a bit of finesse.”
“May 20, 2009 at 1:18 pm layered wif teh sugary goodness panny cakes melt in muh mawf panny cakes not fur yew but fur me panny cakes o..”
“May 20, 2009 at 1:51 pm who wants a demi-goat panny cake annywaise?”
“No panny lions, no bayer foots in teh ledder shoos, an sum help wif teh middlol-age spredd dat we awl gets.”
“I was so sick of pounding on that old tin-panny thing!" she sobbed.”
“Too great a proportion of overtones is what causes certain pianos to sound "tin-panny.”
“On the platform of one a small crowd was gathered, and from the interior came shouts of laughter and the sound of a tin-panny piano.”
“She had an old square piano, all tin-panny and thin, you know.”
“Miss Tilly James, who had acted as accompanist on the tin-panny old piano, was putting up her music.”
“Weel, mem, gien I be potty, ye're panny!" exclaimed the midwife with her gelatinous laugh.”
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