from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A thick coiled fritter of fried dough.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. A fried pastry, typically eaten as a dessert and with chocolate beverage.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The coarse-wooled Mexican sheep, used extensively in crossing with the merino, in Texas, northern Mexico, California, etc.
Further, the churro's creator must be touched by the hand of God himself, for to partake of the delights of a churro is to know heaven on earth.
A churro is a fried-dough pastry, sometimes called the Spanish doughnut.
He probably calls you, ihatelapels, "churro" because you're sweet.
The breed originated in the arid south of Spain (where it is called the "churro"), and it thrives in the hot, dry climate.
I'm three inches shorter and weigh two ounces less than a goddamn churro.
I miss the churro carts that used to fry and sugar them fresh.
You're young, bursting with an innocent puppy energy -- like a light layer of powdered sugar dusting some cheap Mexican churro: you're delicious, warm and kind of flakey but the real pleasure is in the final release.
We took our kids to Disney this summer, and I was chatting up a young man who sold me a churro.
It is all naturally dyed churro wool mixed with mohair.
Federico Chavez Sosa created this rug (tapete) employing the complex Caracol (conch shell) pattern. It is all naturally dyed churro wool mixed with mohair. The dyes are cochineal (red), pomegranate (green), and moss (yellow). Note the curves in the pattern, which only a master weaver can achieve, along with the depth and dimension of the piece that incorporates many subtle shading variations of color.© Norma Hawthorne 2008
It was like a ginormous churro in the form of a funnel cake served with freshly whipped cream that should have basically been called ice cream, it was SO thick and creamy.