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  • v. Present participle of chank.


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  • chanking I learned 'chanking dish' when I came to the States in 1941. My grandmother, who came from the midwest, always had a chanking dish on the talbe if we ate something like fried chicken or grapes or had tea bags - a community discard dish to receive scraps like bones, or stems, or tea bags, as we ate...

    July 27, 2012

  • food that is spit out, such as pits or seeds

    February 23, 2007