Definitions

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  • n. Plural form of butterbean.

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Examples

  • Now with respect to fabas 'other name being "butterbeans", this name has been applied to the faba bean _Vicia faba_, though very infrequently.

    Vino de las fabas?....wow!

  • Toss in the reserved butterbeans and 1 cup cream; cook until cream is reduced to a glaze.

    Gold Rush

  • Add 2 cups shelled butterbeans and simmer until beans are creamy on the inside.

    Gold Rush

  • If you can't get your hands on fresh butterbeans, Mr. Hopkins says any fresh pea—like lady peas or edamame—will do.

    Gold Rush

  • Their performance was witnessed by a handful of music biz folks and oldtime music enthusiasts, and made me feel deeply homesick for Appalachia (I'm also craving cornbread and butterbeans today - there's a song for that).

    Boing Boing

  • Cornbread and butterbeans and you across the table, eatin 'them beans and makin' love as long as I am able.

    Carolina Chocolate Drops: Old-Time Music With A Twist

  • (Soundbite of song, "Cornbread and Butterbeans") CAROLINA CHOCOLATE DROPS: (Singing) Cornbread and butterbeans and you across the table, eatin 'them beans and makin' love as long as I am able.

    Carolina Chocolate Drops: Old-Time Music With A Twist

  • Sing a song, ding-dong, I'll take a trip to China, cornbread and butterbeans and back to North Carolina.

    Carolina Chocolate Drops: Old-Time Music With A Twist

  • And cornbread and butterbeans and you across the table, eatin 'them beans and makin' love as long as I am able.

    Carolina Chocolate Drops: Old-Time Music With A Twist

  • You don't have to like iced tea, NASCAR, black-eyed peas, butterbeans, redneck attitudes and backwards-ass economic policy to be a good Southerner.

    Is That Legal?: Dealing With Abusive Commenters

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